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On What’s Your Work Fit we posed this question: How Can I Reimagine the Employee Experience?
This week, former Dean of the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College and Professor of Strategic Communications Diane Gayeski and Agate Founder and CEO Corinne Murray answer this and other important questions.
It’s crystal clear: most workplace leaders get employee experience or “EX” wrong. It is not about staging fake summer camp spectaculars and birthday celebrations to pump up headcount. That doesn’t work.
However, when EX is done right, it helps talent do their jobs better and more meaningfully and values their off-the-clock time.
Our guests provide solid rationale for building intentional EX programs that foster leadership, scale team and individual success, and make work part of a day doing many other wonderful things…and not the day.
During this information packed episode, Diane and Corinne answer “what’s your work fit?’ Their personal visions surely will resonate with many career professionals.
About our guests:
Diane Gayeski is Professor of Strategic Communications at the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College. For several years, she served as the school’s dean and oversaw its scale as the preeminent communications and media program in the United States. Diane lives and works in Ithaca, New York.
Corinne Murray built a successful career in real estate and even worked for a time at WeWork. All of her work assignments provided a platform for her to advocate for better employee experiences. She is the founder and CEO of consultancy, Agate. Corinne lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
This episode originated as a live show on March 15, 2023. You can watch the show in its entirety on the What’s Your Work Fit YouTube Channel.
EPISODE DATE: March 24, 2023
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