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5 Ways to Prepare Your Organization for a Successful 2020

5 Ways to Prepare Your Organization for a Successful 2020

As we approach the final months of 2019, it’s helpful to use this year’s successes to create a plan for next year and beyond. But, that can be easier said than done. With an abundance of opinions from leadership and staff and data collected from research, it’s overwhelming trying to prioritize what needs to be done. And when things get overwhelming, it often leads to nothing taking priority.

You don’t have to figure out this plan alone! Join Libby Mullen from BizLibrary and JD Conway from BambooHR as they discuss five strategies every company should use.These strategies come from simple concepts that you can easily implement at your organization to put you on the path to success.

  • Why culture is an important factor for any successful company, and how to align culture to company goals.
  • How continually supporting your employees throughout the employee journey makes it easier to plan for the future.
  • A five-part game plan that will guide you to organizational success in 2020.
About the speakers
JD Conway

Head of Talent Acquisition at BambooHR

JD has over a decade of experience as both a third-party recruiter for boutique technical recruiting firms and as an in-house recruiter. He's managed talent acquisition teams in high-growth SaaS companies and served Fortune 500 clients for the world’s largest recruiting corporation. From organizational health to recruitment marketing and employer branding, JD has used his expertise to change the way companies structure and view the functions of talent acquisition.

Libby Mullen-Eaves

Sr. Director of People Operations & Culture at BizLibrary

Libby loves helping employees realize their maximum potential. Libby has over 25 years of experience in Education, Training, and Business Consultation, both in the Higher Education realm and the Business Sector. Building positive partnerships, solving business challenges creatively, and developing the strengths in others are what make Libby tick. She is a fervent writer, an experienced public speaker and is most passionate about life-long learning.

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