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Creating a Stay Culture: A free webinar on becoming and staying an Employer of Choice

Watch this free webinar as we discuss how to create a company culture where people want to stay.

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What You'll Learn

These days, current and potential employees have an increasing amount of choices for employment. Rising wages, creative new benefits, and the increase of remote work are making employers think differently about how they attract and retain employees. Addressing these realities requires thinking and acting differently. Standing out as a highly desirable place to work is what becoming an employer of choice is all about. An employer of choice’s culture sees higher numbers of quality applicants, longer-tenure, higher levels of performance, a more engaged workforce, a sense of belonging, and most importantly… a team that wants to stay.

In this webinar, we discussed what it takes to become an employer of choice, and create a culture where people want to stay. We discussed the role of leaders in communicating effectively, what it looks like to partner with your employees to create positive experiences (vs. trying to do everything yourself), and we made a case for how creating a stay culture starts at the top of an organization and rolls through all levels of leadership.

Employees must know and believe they are in the right company, which goes beyond orientation.

We discussed a few tools to help create a stay culture:

• Tips for Stay Interviews
• Creating a Culture Game Plan
• 20 ideas to engage employees in your culture

Speakers

John Keuning

John Keuning

As Director of Manufacturing Training, John Keuning has a passion to put his 30 years of manufacturing and leadership experience to work for companies by providing both classroom training, virtual training, and on-site consulting. His goal is to help develop better leaders, engage workers, lower cost of goods, and increase profits for companies by arming teams with the tools necessary to be great agents of change. John’s favorite place to be is on the plant floor working side-by-side with teams and leaders to find solutions to manufacturing questions. He has extensive experience in Lean manufacturing theory and implementation as well as helping new and advancing leaders understand the day-to-day work of being a leader. John has served multiple industries as a supervisor, Lean leader, product launch leader, production manager, plant manager, and director of manufacturing.

Nathan Leaman

Nathan Leaman is a passionate professional with extensive experience in building systems and tools that support organizational and leadership effectiveness.  Nathan brings over 20 years of leadership and HR experience from both business and non-profit organizations. Nathan has a Bachelor’s degree from the Moody Bible Institute, a Master’s degree from Liberty University and received his coaching certification from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Nathan spent seven years in full-time church ministry before working for 13 years at the Kohler Co.  At Kohler, Nathan moved through various HR roles eventually taking the position of Director- Leadership Development.  Nathan also held various executive HR roles for the Grande Cheese Company in Fond du Lac, WI where he was responsible for Organizational Development, Compensation, Benefits Management and HRIS. Nathan has extensive experience with assessment tools and is certified in multiple personality and 360 degree feedback assessments.  His straightforward style, willingness to tackle difficult issues, genuine interest in seeing others grow and ability to coach at all levels makes Nathan a go-to resource for strategic HR support and executive development.