HR Survey Series Part II of II: How Your Survey Results Can Help Galvanize the Organization
Thursday, March 23 at 12:30pm
Implementing a High Performance Organization (HPO) survey is a holistic approach to building a world-class organization than can generate and sustain market outperformance over a long period of time. Most employees say that the fact the organization is investing in taking a pulse on organizational health is highly motivating. But once the survey results come in, it is important to demonstrate to the organization that you are serious about understanding the results and identifying opportunities for improvement and initiatives the organization can tackle. This webinar will focus on how to analyze the survey results and develop an action plan which will help your organization reach higher performance
* Once the HPO survey has been executed and the results are in, what do you do and what resources do you need?
* What are best practices for further exploration on important insights from the survey?
* How do you develop an organizational action plan with high priority initiatives to pursue?
* How should you communicate with your employee base for maximum impact?
About the Presenter:
Susan Levine (C'89) is the Head of N.A. Private Equity HR & Talent Development at Bain Capital. She is responsible for human capital management for the firm's investment and portfolio operations professionals. Her primary responsibilities include leadership and professional development, global recruiting, mentoring programs, resource allocation and culture and connectivity programs for the private equity business.
Ms. Levine also runs the firm's children's charity, Bain Capital Children's Charity. Over the past twenty years, the charity has raised and donated in excess of $50 million to hundreds of national charities.
Ms. Levine graduated from Georgetown in 1989 with a BS in Spanish and went on to pursue an MA in Communication from UPenn and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Susan lives in Wellesley, MA with her husband, Jon, and three sons, Braeden, Ryan and Kyle
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