WEBINAR: Building a culture of courage: Cambridge unleashed

When:  Sep 18, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (ET)
There’s no question this is the most difficult time to build engaged teams in a generation. There are so many interests competing for attention. From finding workers, to upskilling them -- how can we make sure you attract the right people in the first place? You start by building a culture of courage. Join Meg McKee Brown as she explores the models implemented at Cambridge Engineering which supersized their recruitment pipelines and enabled historically low turnover. Through a combination of people-centric leadership and innovative recruiting/development programs, they have created one of the most studied mid-sized manufacturing cultures in America.

PRESENTER: Meg McKee Brown

Meg McKee Brown has a heart for unlocking and unleashing the potential of those around her. She holds a degree in environmental engineering from Northwestern University and she comes with diverse employment experiences in manufacturing, environmental, construction, and consulting industries. But don’t let the engineering degree fool you, Meg has spent more than fifteen years cultivating her expertise in building up people and organizations. It was through her HR experience that Meg crossed paths with Cambridge -- she fell in love with the company’s culture while helping them on a couple of key initiatives formally joining the team shortly after. As human resources director, Meg is responsible for all aspects of Cambridge’s employee experience. This includes talent lifecycle processes, executive, leadership & employee development, and organization development. When she isn’t busy cultivating relationships at work, you can find Meg and her husband David living a jam packed family life with their four wonderful sons.

PARTICIPANT BENEFITS:

● Gain passion for storytelling to leverage and unleash talent
● Develop a model that opens talent pools that you wouldn’t otherwise have access to
● Learn how to attract the right people who will fit inside your culture
● Love them and let them go, learn how to be happy for your people no matter where they work