Getting Ahead of Your Culture (Part 2)

November 10, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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Getting Ahead of Your Culture (Part 2) with Talent Retention!

presented by 


Tom Schin, Build Better Culture          Brian Rollo, Brian Rollo Consulting Group

Your organizational culture is your best weapon for talent retention. We will discuss the impact of culture on retaining employees. Increasing engagement and fine tuning points to enhance your culture will help reduce turnover, and build employee loyalty, and strengthen the tie between employees and your company values/mission. We will discuss employee loyalty, how to engage existing employees, and more.
What drives or kills employee loyalty? How do you know if and when your key employees are a flight risk? Strengthening your company engagement and workplace culture allows you to build stronger connections between you and your employees. Join us for an interactive discussion on understanding the correlation between culture and talent retention. We'll discuss hazards, pitfalls as areas of growth for you to build on. Higher retention will have a dramatic effect on morale and productivity.

We will answer these questions:

⦁ What really drives employee loyalty? What kills it?
⦁ How do you retain and engage your existing workforce?
⦁ Who is secretly waiting for you to upgrade your culture, and who isn’t?
⦁ How do you get people comfortable with the idea of change?

Learning outcomes:

⦁ Understand the true correlation between culture and talent retention.
⦁ Understand the cost of tolerating unhealthy culture.
⦁ Learn how to build champions and anticipate roadblocks.
⦁ Help your managers with leadership resources and new ideas.
⦁ Leave with actionable steps to improve your culture.

About our speakers:

Tom Schin has 15 years of experience in the Human Resources industry focusing on businesses throughout the Capital District, small and large. Prior to this career, he worked for 10 years as a leader and manager in the publishing industry. Tom has broad training experience and has served on the advisory councils of several local colleges, he is a 2016 graduate of Leadership Saratoga and is a CultureTalk Certified Partner.

Brian Rollo is a consultant, speaker, entrepreneur, and the Founder of Brian Rollo Consulting Group, a coaching and training company focused on helping organizations and individuals harness the maximum power of authentic leadership and healthy workplace culture. Brian is an HRCI certified Professional in Human Resources and a Certified Partner of CultureTalk, an international organization focused on helping organizations enhance workplace culture. Brian has presented on authentic leadership and building health workplaces around the region. He’s presented at Disrupt HR, Start Up Saratoga, and the Adirondack HR Association.

Tom has presented at numerous events with Capital Region Recruiters' Network (, local businesses and colleges around the Albany area. Tom also sits on the board for Home Made Theater, Malta Business Associates, and is Interim Co-Chair of Sponsors for Capital Region Human Resources Association (; and is former Board President of CRRN.

Pre-approved for recertification credit by SHRM and HRCI



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