We all want and deserve to work for organizations that invest in our employee experiences. But what does this actually mean and what does this look like? Whether you're a leader trying to create a workplace where employees want to show up or an employee at an organization who wants to do a better job of helping them create better employee experiences, this course is for you!
The Employee Experience Crash Course is a companion course to Jacob Morgan's new best-selling book, The Employee Experience Advantage, and it includes several hours of content broken up in easy to consume modules. It is the only employee experience course from the guy who helped develop many of the ideas and concepts on the topic. The ideas explored in this course based on research Jacob conducted by interviewing hundreds of business executives, combing through countless research articles and reports, and analyzing 252 companies around the world.
What you will learn in this course:
"Jacob is the world's leading authority on the future of work and employee experience."
- Vicente Fox, President of Mexico 2000-2006
"Jacob’s perspectives into the trends of the future workforce are insightful and spot on!”
- Francine Katsoudas, Chief People Officer, Cisco
“Jacob truly is a world leader when it comes to the future of work and employee experience."
- Kimmo Alkio, CEO, Tieto
Jacob Morgan is a three time best-selling author, keynote speaker and futurist who explores the future of work and employee experience. His latest book is, The Employee Experience Advantage: How to Win the War on Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they want, the Tools they Need and a Culture They Can Celebrate (Wiley, March 2017) which is based on an analysis of over 250 global organizations. His previous books are, The Future of Work and The Collaborative Organization. Jacob’s work has been endorsed by the CEOs of: Cisco, Whirlpool, T-Mobile, Best Buy, SAP, Nestle, KPMG, Schneider Electric and many others. He is regularly featured in business publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, CNN, NPR, USA Today, Forbes and others.
Why buy the course if you’ve read the book?