New year, new goals.
Level up and reach your goals through our monthly live event series. Real professional development, plus networking with a group of like-minded individuals from around the Twin Cities.
Join us for Breakfast Club!
Thu19Sep20198:15 amImagineIT, Bloomington
Consumer experiences have changed drastically in the last 20 years, but employee experiences have stagnated. Where consumers get personalized, highly targeted messages and experiences built to delight, employees still get mass emails, outdated processes, and less-than-stellar feedback channels. In this talk, marketing and HR expert Rosalynn Verges will share how organizations are borrowing tactics from the world’s most effective marketers and how you can leverage marketing principles to attract top talent.
Rosalynn Verges, Fabric Founder & CEO
Rosalynn Verges is Founder and CEO of Fabric, a Minneapolis-based business obsessed with company culture and employee experience. Rosalynn’s 10-plus years as a certified Professional in Human Resources, masters-level training from the University of South Dakota in organizational development, and marketing expertise, have given her valuable insight on what it takes to strategically create great places to work. She has helped Fortune 500 companies, as well as privately held SMB’s, clarify how they communicate their culture in order to attract, retain and engage both clients and employees.
Thu17Oct20198:15 amImagineIT, Bloomington
The numbers are in, and research is finally confirming what we’ve known all along: Your sleep is incredibly important to our well being.
Our sleep impacts every aspect of our lives- our health, motivation, judgment, memory and productivity. In this 1-hour fun, fascinating class you will learn all about sleep and what to do- or not do- to ensure your sleep is positively impacting your work and daily lives. Key takeaways include learning about quality -vs- quantity of sleep, everyday negative influencers on our sleep, and education on sleep disorders.
Sarah Moe, RPSGT, started her career in sleep medicine in 2006, and is the founder of Sleep Health Specialists, which provides sleep health education to local businesses and corporations. She is also an Adjunct Professor in the Polysomnography (Sleep) Program at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Sarah sits on the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Sleep Society, and also volunteers on the Educational Products Committee for the American Association of Sleep Technologists.
Thu21Nov20198:15 amImagineIT, Bloomington