How Analytics And Algorithms Will Change Your Culture

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Session Type:

Trade Show Education: Technology & Innovation

Registration Type:

Apprentice Day, Convention Education, Exhibitor, NECA Convention and Trade Show (Full Meeting), Press Registration, Speaker Registration, Trade Show Only, Weekend Package

Location

Show Floor

Description

To create a positive and successful workplace environment, it is crucial that we approach our hiring and culture development processes with an objective mindset. In this session, participants will gain an understanding of the criticality of adopting an objective approach and comprehend the impact of inherent behaviors on company culture and morale. Mastering the art of interacting with team members through ideal forms of communication and providing appropriate recognition will also be discussed.

Speakers

  • Michael DePauw Headshot

    Michael DePauw

    Culture Index

    Mike DePauw conducts highly interactive events tailored to address specific personnel challenges faced by participants and their executives. Key issues covered include employee performance, correct job placement, succession planning, job fit analysis, accountability, talent management, retention, team building, and leadership. DePauw uses experiential methods to enhance employee productivity, providing actionable data to improve ROI on payroll expenses.

  • Mike Oakes Headshot

    Mike Oakes

    First Choice Electrical Solutions

    Michael Oakes is an entrepreneur and founding partner of First Choice Electrical Solutions, which focuses on changing the lives of their people! This is accomplished by providing professionally installed, well-designed and financially responsible electrical solutions to our clients. By the way we happen to be a great electrical contractor!  He has 34 years of experience in a wide range of positions in the Electrical Industry. Michael is acting as the managing member of FCES (First Choice Electrical Solutions), focusing on daily operations and business growth, emphasizing team culture and development. He is a state license holder, graduate of Scalerator Entrepreneur Training, active member of the NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association) North Central Ohio Chapter, serving as a board member, a member of the negotiating committee and LMCC. Michael also serves on the NECA Innovation and Strategy Task Force. In addition to his FCES operating duties his plans include sharing his knowledge, his failures, and lessons learned with startup companies in the electrical industry. Away from the daily work routine, Michael enjoys spending time with his wife of 33 years Sarah, on the lake with their children Eryn (Zac), Tyler (Kayla) and Abigail (Spencer).