Wednesday 4 October, 18:30-20:30, London
We're a network of company culture activists in companies such as Airbnb, Buffer, Facebook and Metro Bank. If you're looking to learn how to develop your company culture, join us. This is an event for us all to learn, rather than to sell.
18:30 Arrive and networking
19:15 Join one of two conversation groups (i) talent attraction and retention (ii) how to work internally and serve customers
Option 1: Company culture as a competitive advantage in talent attraction and retention
Negotiating talent attraction and retention (attracting and keeping the people you'd like to join you) can be difficult and competitive. How do we use our culture as a competitive advantage in London tech scene? We'll look into how to best promote your culture on your careers page, job descriptions, interview process, and the experience through onboarding to exit. Some cultures can be polarising, so we'll talk about when culture can become an advantage to 'warn of a mis-hire'; and what to consider when looking for cultural additions, over culture "fits".
Option 2: Company culture as a competitive advantage in how to work internally and serve customers
How can our culture be a competitive advantage in the way we communicate, make decisions, organise our teams, where we work, build our products/services, and how we serve our clients? We'll share examples of how our culture has led us to have the edge over our competitors.
19:45 Sharing what we learnt
To help us create a rich learning environment and keep a balance of who's in the room, Consultants and Suppliers related to company culture are welcome to join providing you get someone who is not a consultant or supplier to register and attend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the person who signed up.
Venue: Hosted at Wonderbly, 30-36 Pritchard's Road, London, E2 9BJ. Find your way from where you are (using Citymapper).
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