Using Employee Engagement Data to Drive Conversations, Improve Leadership and Change Culture

Access to people data can make or break a business. In this webinar, learn how having real-time data and analytics on your workforce can transform your people and culture strategy and lead to business success.

This webinar will take place on:
April 08, 2020
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM AEST

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When it comes to the question of who is responsible for employee engagement, Culture Amp people scientist Sahra Kaboli-Nejad says there are two schools of thought on the matter:

  1. Individuals own responsibility
  2. Managers and organizations own responsibility

Kaboli-Nejad points out each has its own set of pros and cons, but the best approach is one that “empowers individuals at all levels of the organization to be accountable.”  She says:

“This will encourage managers to empower employees to take action on the things they have control over (e.g., continuous learning), while simultaneously holding managers and the organization responsible for system-level impacts on individual-level experiences (e.g., poor resourcing).”

If you are looking to improve your employee engagement, culture or are working to get leadership buy-in then this conversation is for you! Join this webinar and hear how a leading media conglomerate has revolutionised their people and culture strategy with employee engagement data. Sharing key learnings along the way, you will leave this webinar with clear takeaways that will help you succeed in your organisations journey for cultural change.

Key takeaways include:

  • How employee engagement can drive better conversations at the team and leadership levels
  • How to improve your people and culture strategy
  • How people data can aid culture change


Fiona Scullion
Lead People Scientist
Culture Amp
Jasmine Quinn
Head of Organisational Development and Reward