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20 Ways Communicators Can Promote a Culture of Connection


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Registration includes live webinar and unlimited access to online course with slides, resources and networking., plus a signed copy of Michael Lee Stallard’s latest book, Connection Culture, a $25 value.

In the average organization one-third of employees are engaged, while in the best organizations the number climbs to 60 percent or more. The low rate of engagement hasn’t budged in more than a decade. Why? Employee engagement surveys and programs are not enough. Higher engagement is rooted in a culture whose language, attitudes and behaviors make people feel connected to one another rather than feel unsupported, left out or alone. Employees in an organization with a high degree of connection are more productive, more engaged, more collaborative, and less likely to leave. In fact, research demonstrates that there is a set of learnable leadership behaviors that can ignite the workforce so individuals do more than survive – they thrive.

Sharing knowledge integrated from multiple fields including neuroscience, organizational behavior, psychology, sociology, history, and proprietary research, Michael Lee Stallard, President of E Pluribus Partners, describes the “Connection Culture” that every organization needs to boost employee engagement and to thrive for sustained periods of time. The session is based on material in Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy and Understanding at Work. an #1 New Release in leadership training and a top 25 book corporate leaders are reading according to 800-CEO-READ. The Financial Times praised Connection Culture as a book that has “practical suggestions for employers who want to change culture…[the stories] of organizations who got it right are memorable.”

During this session you will learn the following:

  1. Beyond Maslow: 6 human needs to thrive at work
  2. 3 relational cultures in organizations
  3. The Culture Quiz to assess the culture you work in
  4. How different cultures affect the human body including performance, critical thinking, creativity, and wellness
  5. 3 core elements of a “Connection Culture”
  6. Team and organization-wide examples
  7. 20 practices that communicators can implement to boost connection and performance

Presented by:

Stallard_Photo_under_1_MB120Michael Lee Stallard is President of E Pluribus Partners, a leadership training and consulting firm based in Greenwich, Connecticut, and a co-founder of He speaks, teaches and consults at a wide variety of organizations including Google, Johnson & Johnson, the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, NASA, Qualcomm, Scotiabank, the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business and the U.S. Treasury Department. Michael is the primary author of the books Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy and Understanding at Work and Fired Up or Burned Out: How to Reignite Your Team’s Passion, Creativity and Productivity. Articles about his work have appeared in leadership periodicals worldwide. He is a faculty member of the Institute for Management Studies. Prior to founding E Pluribus Partners, Michael was chief marketing officer for businesses at Morgan Stanley and Charles Schwab. Earlier in his career, Michael worked as an executive in investment banking, marketing, finance and business development-related positions at Barclays, Van Kampen Investments and Texas Instruments.


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