Why EX Impact?
To say that the inaugural EX Impact Summit was a smashing success would be a massive understatement of how critical employee experience has become to organizations of all sizes and industries. What we initially envisioned as a small meet-up of culture advocates quickly ballooned to a gathering of 100+ employee champions.
This fall we’ll be bringing the same caliber of EX content to the West Coast. Join us in San Diego for 3 dedicated days of dialogue around the strategies for increasing engagement and empowering employees to feel more connected to their work. Additional coverage will be dedicated to journey mapping and the development of persona profiles to better understand and engage different personalities. Our top-rated speaker from the spring, Christopher Westcott of the Federal Reserve Bank of the San Francisco, will be returning with an expanded Masterclass on conscientious leadership, with a focus on enhancing leaders’ awareness of how their motivations and behaviors inspire and engage others.
VP, Community & Culture
Head of Talent Management & Employer Branding
The Washington Post
Vice President & Global Head of Employee Experience
VP, People & Culture
Talent Marketing, Brand, & Social Media Lead
The Washington Post
Global Employee Engagement Center of Excellence Leader
VP, Organization & Employee Experience
Sr Vice President, HR
Employee Engagement Leader
Director, Employer Branding & Digital N.A.
Design Lead, People + Culture, Capital One Labs
VP, Culture & Employee Experience
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
"A good spread of big and small companies represented, both from a speaking standpoint and a networking standpoint."
"Small and personal—very helpful! We were extremely impressed with the willingness of the presenters to network and share ideas."
"Great content and speakers. I found the topics to be so relevant to my work and I was able to take away a number of new tips, strategies and techniques that will be very helpful to me on the job."
"Very knowledgeable presenters on a variety of interesting topics. It was relevant to a variety of discipline, which I think will be a key moving forward. Strategy, Communications, Change Management, and OD professionals can all gain insight from this conference. And you all kept everything on schedule."
"Many of the keynotes were really interesting and had concrete ideas I could take back to my work (J&J, HP, Fed, VA)"