• En
  • How to use people data… | ODN Chicago

    How to use people data…

    • January 14, 2021
      6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

    How to Use People Data to Deliver Realness, Meaning and Belonging at Work…

    Join Colleen McFarland in a discussion about the youngest members of our workforce. Explore with her the dramatic differences between them and millennials and what this means to leaders. Consider how an employee could be motivated to make behavior changes by using people data. Understand how the companies that will win the digital revolution will be the ones that ensure their people managers are data-savvy and their workplace digital experiences are personal.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Appreciate the need for both connecting with young adults in the workplace where they are (online) and role modeling for them the power of engaging In Real Life (IRL)
    • Understand how people data can be leveraged to personalize employee experiences and build loyalty
    • Leave with ideas for how the manager role needs to evolve

    Social Media: linkedin.com/in/colleenmcfarland1

    Website: colleenmcfarland.us

    There is pre-work for this workshop. This pre-work is included in the MailChimp emails we are sending out for this and future events.

    About Our Facilitator:  Colleen McFarland

    Colleen McFarland has made a career of working with leaders to prepare and manage the impact that a business change will have on their customers and employees. As an expert in change management, she knows that cold hard facts combined with compassion is what is needed to motivate individuals to do the hard work that change requires. And it takes empathetic leaders to drive the change.

    Educated first at Marquette University as an engineer, later at Loyola University of Chicago in business, Colleen has spent her career building relationships. Being open to others, getting to know them, working to understand their point of view and learning from them is what she does. Disconnected – How to Use People Data to Deliver Realness, Meaning, and Belonging at Work is her first book.

    For more information about this or any ODN/C program, contact Maggie Shreve at admin@odnchicago.org or 312.730..0041 (text or call).



    Instructions for how to log into the virtual meeting will be sent to all registered participants in advance of the program start time.

    We're sorry, but all tickets sales have ended because the event is expired.