The Cult of Culture: how to attract and retain top talent on a budget
15

Thursday, 15 December

12 1:30 pm GMT

GA London, The Relay Building

1st Floor, 114 Whitechapel High Street
London, E1 7PT
£25 GBP
Regular Ticket
£25 GBP
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

The Cult of Culture: how to attract and retain top talent on a budget

David Willans Photo


Director, Kin&Co

15

Thursday, 15 December

12 1:30 pm GMT

GA London, The Relay Building

1st Floor, 114 Whitechapel High Street
London, E1 7PT
£25 GBP
Regular Ticket
£25 GBP
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Class

What’s the secret of highly successful, truly innovative companies like Google, Facebook and IDEO? They all work hard to create and maintain a unique culture that attracts, inspires and motivates staff. Even with a team of three people, creating the right culture can be the difference between success and failure. In this class, you’ll learn the power of culture and how to apply it to your organisation, including some easy, quick wins that don’t require a budget.

Takeaways

  • Understanding how culture will help attract, inspire and motivate staff and set you apart from competitors
  • Framework for planning and implementing a powerful culture
  • Quick wins for a great culture that don’t need budget
  • Practice applying these models to a real example, so you can go back and implement them in your own organisation

Prereqs & Preparation

Prerequisites: Students should either be in a position or have an interest in HR, Operations and internal communications.

Preparation: Be prepared to tell the class about your business idea or concept. Bring a notepad and pen.

About the Instructor

David Willans Photo

Director,
Kin&Co

David is a Director at Kin&Co, a strategist who helps organisations manage growth and innovate by finding and living their unique purpose and values.

A strategist with over 15 years experience at agencies large and small, including Ogilvy, where he led their European sustainability practice, HAVAS and Futerra. He's advised clients like TripAdvisor, Asda-Walmart, WWF, Innocent Drinks and Barclay’s on change, purpose and brand. He’s been a member of the UNEP Sustainable Lifestyles Taskforce and a D&AD judge. He also runs Being Dads, exploring what it means to be a great dad.

Dave has provided training and workshops all over the world for organisations including the British Council, United Nations, the European Union and Business for Social Responsibility.

Refund Policy

Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.

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