May 13, 2021 - May 14, 2021
A Virtual Conference
Michigan Ross Positive Business Conference
May 13-14, 2021
Meaningful Engagement in a Fragmented Time: Connecting with Self, Others, and Society
Every day, organizations around the world set out to do good work—solving complex problems and positively impacting their communities. But how has this unprecedented time of disruption affected leaders and employees? How are they engaging in their work, and with each other?
Studies show that in 2020, U.S. employee engagement levels fluctuated more than ever before, affected by the ongoing pandemic, political tensions, and racial unrest. However, the research is clear that meaningful connection to self, others, and society is critical to sustaining positive and high-performing workplaces.
Although the current climate has posed many challenges, it also leaves room to reengage and reimagine organizational strategies. Companies have the opportunity to adopt creative and more agile work methods; renew discussions surrounding DEI; implement a stronger commitment to racial justice; and improve employee engagement.
Leaders have the potential to create supportive structures, practices, and cultures that foster connection, while employees have the potential to self-discover and drive a mindful and meaningful connection to their work. All can act in harmony to connect with an organization’s purpose-driven mission.
Join us for this year’s virtual conference, where we’ll share practices, tools, and real-world examples for how to build stronger, more connected teams and companies. At the virtual 2021 Positive Business Conference, we’ll recognize, celebrate, and learn from experts and each other on how to create more mindful employees, deeper organizational engagement, and awareness surrounding the positive role of business within our global community.
Visit positivebusinessconference.com to learn more and register to attend.