All We Need Is Love: Employee Insights: The Love Series

All We Need Is Love: Employee Insights: The Love Series
Like we say, if you are thinking survey, think again. While love is in the air in the month of love, whether you are single or already a couple, we’d like to ask you out on an afternoon date, right before Valentine's Day, on Wednesday, February 13, to experience our Employee Insights: The Love Series!

“True love exists in business. It’s when employee and employer are amazingly grateful to have each other. We should all have true love at work.” – Simon Sinek, Start With Why.

Ever wonder why you’d do anything for the one you love? Wouldn’t it be nice to have the same drive in your organization? People spend on average 40 hours a week at work – it’s the amount of time that is not worth spending on something you don’t like. On our date, we will share how to create a loving work environment that will create workplace affection and navigate your organization to success. Come and get secret “cupid’s arrows” from us and let’s pierce right into employees’ hearts.

Agenda Highlights
Our love series contain 2 episodes.

Episode 1: “Affair of The Heart”
In this episode, you will learn our listening strategy, survey design framework and showcase. Participants will also get a free access to 14 questions to run in your organizations for 2 weeks!

Episode 2: “Paint Your Love Story”
After the 2-week survey, we’d like to invite you back and unveil your results! The session will include survey analytics, type of engagement, appropriate action plans, and system demo. Most importantly, each of you will get a free “love” report!

“The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.”
Ep. 1:
Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Ep. 2:
Friday, 15 March 2019

2:00pm – 4:30 pm

Ep. 1: Lady L, Chidlom
Ep. 2: Paint Bar, Thonglor 

Who should attend?
Head of HR,
C-level Executives,
Business Owners

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All We Need Is Love: Employee Insights: The LOVE Series


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Organized by
Willis Towers Watson