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- Change Management / Organizational Change
- Corporate Culture & Governance
- Employee Engagement
- Generational Issues
- Human Resources / Workforce Issues
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Hannah Ubl Company Culture and Generational Expert, Co-founder of Good Company Consulting
Hannah's core mission is to help create workplaces that don't suck. For the last decade, she has been frequenting airports and conference rooms to present, entertain, and forge understanding across different perspectives in the workplace. She’s a data nerd that loves numbers and statistics but understands that the real heroes in any organization are the people.
As co-founder of Good Company Consulting, she's dedicated to improving organizations by centering those very valuable people. She utilizes her years of studying generational sociology and company culture, and listening to people in every level of the organization about what matters, to present action-oriented tools that inform people-first culture. While this might sound like touchy-feely fluff, these insights directly correlate to improved employee satisfaction and recruiting and retention practices that actually work. The awesome byproduct? Happy people = happy bottom line.
Hannah’s work is grounded in empathy, research, and strategy. She believes that with a little more of each, everyone can grow to better listen and communicate so they can work together to create an environment where everyone wants to work. She’s spoken to hundreds of audiences from new hires to the C-Suite, and to organizations with anywhere from 20 to 100K employees. With heart, deep conviction, and a good dose of self-deprecating humor, Hannah will sweep you along on a journey of insights that lead to deep, lasting mindset shifts about how work works.
She co-wrote Managing Millennials for Dummies and is excited for the release of her latest book The Future of Work is Human: Transforming Workplace Culture for a Post-Pandemic World.