Employees come to organizations with positivity and ambition. Too often, their enthusiasm is dampened by organizational clouds of frantic change and negativity, with employees becoming disconnected from the work they do and the mission of the organization. In turn, organizations facing significant challenges find their employees tuned out and turned off, lacking the necessary energy and resilience to tackle and endure change.
This session will introduce strategies to rekindle the relationship between organizations and employees, fostering joy, meaning and resilience at work.
Angela Egner is the Chief Learning Officer of MUSC Health, the premier academic medical center of The Medical University of South Carolina based in Charleston, South Carolina. In her role as CLO, Ms. Egner combines her expertise in learning and culture with her unique background in strategic planning to design and lead enterprise learning and organizational performance strategies. She is particularly passionate about cultivating organizational cultures where people pursue meaning and purpose in their work. Ms. Egner has also held leadership roles at Ascension Health, TRW, and General Motors, as well as served as a private consultant to educational and governmental institutions. Originally from Michigan, Egner holds a M.A. in Organizational Communication from Michigan State University.