Learn how to establish and sustain a corporate culture that encourages self-care.
Employers face dramatic challenges during and after the pandemic. One challenge is that many workers are looking for more safety and security in their lives and workplaces. They also want a better work-life balance. Such worker desires have, in part, prompted the so-called Great Resignation in which many people have resigned from their jobs and have moved to alternative places of employment. Employers thus face difficulty in acquiring and retaining talent. To attract and retain talented people, employers must establish and sustain a corporate culture that encourages the self-care of workers in a way as never before. Establishing and sustaining a corporate culture that encourages self-care is a means by which employers can attract and retain talent. This course describes how to do that.
William J. Rothwell, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, RODC, CPTD Fellow
Rothwell & Associates, Inc.
- Distinguished Professor, The Pennsylvania State University
- His specialty is organization development and change
- Speaking/Teaching accomplishments in his area of practice include 20 years of full-time HR experience in multinational business and in U.S. government
- Published 128 books on HR
- Member of the Society for HR Management and the Association for Talent Development
- Ph.D., M.B.A., M.A., and B.A. degrees
- Can be contacted at [email protected]
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