people success webinar

People Success in Practice: AMA – People Strategy Edition

As the year comes to a close and the holiday season approaches, a choir of people strategy consultants from Lattice Advisory Services are gathering for a day of caroling — that is, addressing some of our community’s most burning People Strategy challenges.

Join our in-house experts in Talent Management, Compensation, Goals & OKRs, Engagement, and Strategy to tackle your questions in our first ever AMA — the People Strategy Edition. We also know that People Team challenges can change on a dime, and whatever was top of mind for you yesterday may have been replaced by a new challenge today.

We’ve combed our archives for the most relevant themes and topics, including:

  • Feedback: When and how to gather peer feedback, and how to establish the right balance between completeness and overly long responses?
  • Compensation philosophy: Establishing pay increases when A) more and more people are working remotely, or B) pay is disconnected from performance
  • Engagement: How to increase engagement survey response rates (including bidding for leadership buy-in)
  • Development: The “right” number of competencies to include in a career framework
  • Goals: When and how Goals / OKRs should be set at the individual contributor, team, department, or company level
building a strong people success strategy

Building a Strong People Success Strategy

Without people success, there is no business success. In every company, employees are the ones driving progress — adapting, innovating, and finding new ways of working together to advance your mission.

Now more than ever, organizations should invest in aligning, engaging, and motivating employees to do their best work.

In this webinar, we sit down with two Lattice People Advisory Services experts to cover:

  • The key pillars that make people feel successful
  • Eight behaviors and principles that are essential to nurturing people success
  • Tactics for incorporating these insights into your people strategy