Many of us have pregame rituals to psych up for big events. Some like to wake up early, meditate and get mentally prepared. Others like to loosen up with a shot of tequila, some loud music and dance moves that can only be performed in private. But if you’re looking for ideas around how to prepare for the 2019 Great Place to Work For All Summit, I suggest you revisit some of the inspiring moments from last year’s event. Here are our top three sessions:
We might be biased, but we think last year’s keynote by Great Place to Work CEO Michael Bush is the perfect way to get in the mindset for the Summit. During his talk, Michael explains the mission of Great Place to Work and explains how great workplaces drive innovation and business results, while creating great experiences and unlocking human potential for all.
Next, we suggest watching Arianna Huffington, Founder & CEO, Thrive Global and Jennifer Morgan, Executive Board Member, SAP, candidly discuss wellness at work and why self care is good for business. These two powerful women talk about the importance of sleep and work/life balance and explain why it’s ultimately better for the bottom line. Don’t miss Arianna’s recommendation to skip stressing about what to wear and repeat outfits. (We won’t judge if you wear the same pants every day at the Summit.)
Tony Prophet, Salesforce’s inspiring Chief Equality Officer, closed out last year’s conference by discussing the fourth industrial revolution and why equal rights for everyone are non-negotiable. He shares how he is able to capitalize on Salesforce’s platform to bring attention to equality, and drive change in order to maximize human potential. Don’t miss his recommendations for using data to ensure that women and minority groups are well-represented in the workforce.
We can’t wait to see what our speakers bring to 2019’s Summit. If you don’t have your ticket yet, don’t wait. Register today.
Executive Title Partners for this year’s Great Place to Work For All Summit are EY and Synchrony. Additional sponsors include Accenture, Activision Blizzard, AT&T, Baird, Bright Horizons, Bombas, Cadence, CarMax, Cisco, Comcast NBCUniversal, Custom Ink, Delta Airlines, DHL Express, Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts, Genentech, Headspace, Hilton, KPMG, Live Nation, The Medici Group, Marriott International, Mercedes Benz Financial Services, Nationwide, O.C. Tanner, Plante Moran, PwC, Quicken Loans, Salesforce, SAP SuccessFactors, Ultimate Software, Workday, and World Wide Technology