Guest: Jamie Notter
If you are interested to learn how thinking differently about your company culture and employee benefits could help you win the battle for talent today and in the future, then you don't want to miss this episode! And if that wasn't enough, we also reveal that we are in the midst of a complete revolution in the nature and composition of the workforce which occurs every four generations while sharing some great strategies for employers who might be struggling to adapt! Full disclosure, there’s not a lot of talk about retirement plans in this episode. My guest is Jamie Notter, the Founding Partner of WorkXO, a startup that helps organizations map their Workplace Genome and turn workplace culture into a tangible business tool that drives growth. Jamie also co-authored When Millennials Take Over, Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business and shares some great tidbits from his research as well.
We are also getting ready to launch a podcast and social media research project where I am going to need some quick and easy input from employers. We’re kicking things off in February and fair warning, the only way to participate is if you’re an email subscriber, connected with me on LinkedIn or following me on twitter. Don’t delay, go to 401kfridays.com/subscribe and you can take care of all of those in one stop. I’ve talked with a few of my clients about what we are working on and they loved it so I look forward to unveiling it soon!
As this episode is a bit outside of our typical retirement themed topics, after you are done listening I would love feedback on whether you would like more of these from time to time, or should we stick with retirement centric topics, send me an email with your thoughts to email@example.com.
Jamie Notter is a founding partner at WorkXO where he helps leaders drive growth through cultural alignment. He brings 25 years of experience in conflict resolution, generational differences, leadership, and culture change to his work at WorkXO, a startup that helps organizations map their Workplace Genome and turn workplace culture into a tangible business tool that drives growth. Author of two books (When Millennials Take Over, and Humanize), Jamie has a Master’s in conflict resolution from George Mason and a certificate in OD from Georgetown, where he serves as adjunct faculty.