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With the rate of technological advancement and an evolving world of work in which employees are becoming increasingly more demanding, companies are realizing the importance of investing in their workforce.
In this talk, you'll get practical guidance for creating a company culture where you can unlock your employees' potential and win their loyalty by offering an effective approach to learning and development. It's proven a fantastic way to reduce turnover and ultimately create a positive feedback culture.
Co-Founder and CEO,
As the founder and CEO of Ethos, a talent strategy firm for tech, Alida Miranda-Wolff grows the teams that fuel rocket ship companies. By shaping culture and developing talent, she helps strengthen every company’s biggest asset: its people. With a focus on diversity, hiring practices, vision and values, and career pathing, she partners with tech leaders to make possibilities and aspirations concrete realities. Alida previously served as Director of Platform at Hyde Park Angels, where she was one of only two dozen Latina women in VC.
Regional Vice President,
Passionate about bringing change to the commercial real estate industry, Nicole joined Truss in July 2017 as their Regional Vice President. Nicole helps companies find and lease office space through an AI enabled brokerage platform. Prior to joining Truss, Nicole worked at numerous commercial real estate firms, focusing solely on tenant representation. To date, Nicole has represented over 200 companies leasing office space in Chicago. Nicole is also a course coach with Dale Carnegie training, managing and mentoring professionals across numerous industries. Nicole graduated from Northern Illinois University where she studied Social Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Sales.
Ilyse Glink Author, Speaker, Financial Wellness Advocate, Founder/CEO of Best Money Moves LLC
Ilyce Glink is an award-winning television and radio personality, a communications and media strategist, an innovator in content marketing and the founder of four Chicago-based companies. Her best-known website is ThinkGlink.com.
She is an award-winning, financial journalist, nationally-syndicated columnist, a top blogger for CBSNews.com, a best-selling author, and a radio talk show host for WGN Radio. She is the author of more than a dozen books, including the best-selling 100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask. She spent 8 years as on-air talent/producer for WGN-TV and nearly 18 years hosting a top-rated Sunday talk show and filling in for syndicated talk show host Clark Howard for WSB-AM, in Atlanta, has hosted two syndicated radio programs, and has appeared on every major network’s morning news programs, Oprah, CNBC, CNN, and Fox Business.
Her latest company is Best Money Moves, a cloud-based, mobile-first financial wellness solution that companies provide to their employees to help them pay down personal debt and improve their financial lives. The result is lower turnover, absenteeism and financial stress, higher employee engagement and productivity, and better health outcomes.
Glink has won numerous awards throughout her career from the National Association of Real Estate Editors and the Society of Business Editors and Writers (SABEW). She also received the first Money $mart award from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and two Peter Lisagor Awards for Exemplary Journalism from the Chicago Headline Club. In 2006, she was nominated for an Emmy® Award. She was co-founder of the Medicare Newsgroup, and part of the team that won the 2012 Web Marketing Association’s award for outstanding achievement in web development for MedicareNewsGroup.com. In 2017, Best Money Moves was a finalist by HR Tech in the Next Great HR Tech Company Competition.
We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.
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