BUILDING CORPORATE CULTURE: THE IMPORTANCE OF RELATIONSHIPS
Studies show that nearly 50% of workers experience some form of intimidation or emotional bullying at work. Consequently, today’s companies are suffering from low productivity, higher health insurance premiums and over $250 million in annual losses. When you develop a healthy corporate culture, you build a stronger and more productive company, but the accelerated influx of technology in today’s workplace has made it difficult for many companies to maintain healthy employee relationships. This motivational presentation is designed to uncover the truth about workplace conflict and offer practical solutions that will help your team create a better connected work environment.
• Strengthen company connections and overall morale
• Decrease intimidation and emotional bullying
• Increase productivity and team efficiency
• Lower stress and employee absences
• Reduce employee turnover and rehiring costs
Lunch and networking 11:00AM-11:30AM
$30 Members / $35 Non-members
About the Speaker: JC Pohl is a producer and speaker who has reached over 6 million lives with his message of strength and personal power. He has produced award-winning content for companies such as Warner Brothers, ESPN, and Disney, as well as created innovative educational content for The American Film Institute and Human Relations Media.
During his career, Pohl has been featured on various news programs, radio shows, and received front-page coverage on Yahoo! Sports and USA Today. He has consulted for brands such as Six Flags, Lifetouch, Union Pacific, Special Olympics Texas, The Miami Dolphins, The Baltimore Ravens, and SHRM Chapters in Maine, New England, and Texas.
Pohl is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Texas State University, San Marcos, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Marketing from Santa Clara University, and sits on the board of the Austin Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. You can find him on facebook and twitter or connect directly with him at www.jcpohl.com.