The From Day One conference is a gathering of 300+ Founders, CEOs and principals across industries, designed to answer the question: how can we build stronger, more purposeful relationships with our employees, customers and community – starting today?
The conference, which will take place on September 18, 2019, at Artists for Humanity’s EpiCenter, features a day of keynotes, panels, and fireside chats with leaders of businesses who are committed to putting people first. The day also includes opportunities to network and join discussions with like-minded principals and change makers.
At a time of rising expectations about corporate accountability, companies need to be more in touch than ever with all of their partners in business. Cutting-edge technology and a mission statement are not enough; a well-developed sense of purpose and code of values become the guiding lights of the conversation from Day One.
Join us on September 18, 2019
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What Makes an Inclusive Leader?
From CEOs to team leaders, inclusiveness grows when the people in charge make it a priority. How should those values be codified and expressed? Who has the best methods for teaching leaders how to set goals and put it into practice every day?
How Employers Can Provide Better Health Care:
As costs skyrocket and workers call for better choices, businesses are seeking innovative solutions. Major companies like Walmart and GE are bypassing traditional insurers and working directly with providers including the Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins. Mental health is being given a higher priority. At the same time, employers look increasingly to specialized consultants who focus the areas of fertility, wellness and employee advocacy. What is the corporate health care of tomorrow?
Navigating the Privacy Minefield:
Companies face competing interests when it comes to serving their customers. On one hand, they want to provide a high level of customization by knowing a lot about them. On the other hand, some companies have wrongly exploited the information or failed to keep it secure. Can companies self-regulate and fix these problems themselves? Could a company’s failing to address the issue pose an existential risk?
Companies Where Families Thrive:
Every business wants to be known as family-friendly, but what does it really take in commitment and cost? What benefits and practices have the most impact? Who’s making progress on paternal leave? From leave policies to child care, adoption fees to education benefits, we explore the latest thinking in how companies can help workers cope with the demands of parenthood.
How to Enhance the Whole Employee Experience:
Why Workers Who Volunteer Together, Excel Together:
Corporate volunteering isn’t purely altruistic, studies are showing. Workers who volunteer tend to advance further and stay longer with the company. The reasons include a sense of team commitment to the community, but also an opportunity to create human connections across departments. How companies can get the most out of this not-so-secret opportunity.
Join us on September 18, 2019
The conference will take place at Artists for Humanity’s EpiCenter, a dynamic and creative space in South Boston.