"Our objective is to get business leaders together to focus solely on how and why culture is important for companies and more importantly, for the workforce that drives our industry.” - Ryan Naylor, CEO, LocalWork
PHOENIX, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 10, 2016
LocalWork, the fastest growing recruitment marketing software, today announced CultureCon16, the first conference of its kind, 100 percent dedicated to culture and the purpose-based side of business. Scheduled for October 28, 2016 in the heart of Scottsdale at ASU’s SkySong, CultureCon16 features opening remarks from Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane and a keynote address from Brian Mueller, president, Grand Canyon University. The schedule also includes panel discussions and breakout sessions from a community of thought leaders who believe in the power of running a business with a great company culture.
“The conversation around building a great company culture is often a footnote at business and human resource conferences,” said Ryan Naylor, CEO and founder of LocalWork. “Giving culture the importance that it’s due was the motivation for CultureCon16. Our objective is to get business leaders together to focus solely on how and why culture is important for companies and more importantly, for the workforce that drives our industry.”
The presentations will include diverse, high-level discussions and real-life case studies regarding the state of company culture, creating culture, culture marketing, building a “best place to work” and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to network and hear from leaders and peers from a wide range of disciplines including executive teams, human resources, marketing, sales, sales operation and customer success.
“We are always working to find ways to help Scottsdale-based businesses to grow and thrive,” said Lane. “CultureCon16 is designed to help leaders focus on having a purpose, which leads to positive effects in both the workforce and in the community. I encourage all business leaders looking to enhance employee morale and build a more meaningful brand to attend.”
“For many businesspeople, there’s immense satisfaction in caring and thinking about ways that you can improve the workforce and the world, even in the smallest ways,” said Mueller. “There’s also a proven impact to changing a company culture in terms of productivity and employee satisfaction. We applaud LocalWork for bringing attention to this important topic and helping others understand how to execute on developing a purpose-driven advantage.”
Additional CultureCon16 speakers include Naylor; Greg Head, board member, Invest Southwest and former CMO, Infusionsoft; Katherine Pappas, chief wellness officer, Blissential; Anita Grantham, CPO, Pluralsight; Neely Tubati-Alexander, founder, Culture Connective; Steven Cramer, senior vice president, Newbridge; Jon Bonert, president, Symmetry Software and Ash Hachmeister, co-founder and chief development officer, Beni.fit.
“Leaders need to have a passion for building purpose-based business dedicated to connecting great people with great company culture,” said Head. “CultureCon16 is an opportunity for thought leaders to engage in conversations about what that means and how culture can be leveraged to drive every metric in an organization.”
Tickets for CultureCon16 are available now and include access to all conference sessions, two drink tickets, food and a live performance from local country music band, the Josh Roy Band. To register or for more information, please visit http://www.culturemarketing.com.
LocalWork.com started in 2012 as a place to help job seekers find local jobs, but now has evolved into the fastest growing employment platform. Built with one focus – LocalWork.com has created an exceptional experience for our community to find local employment opportunities. For more information, please visit https://www.localwork.com/.