Values Alignment – The New Paradigm for Recruitment and Retention
In the fast-paced world, we must continuously seek new strategies to attract and retain top talent. The old ways of recruitment and retention no longer suffice in today’s dynamic environment. Enter the new paradigm: Values Alignment.
This education session delves into the revolutionary concept of Values Alignment, which has emerged as a game-changer in the world of recruitment and talent management. Join us to explore how this approach not only facilitates the recruitment of the right individuals but also fosters long-term commitment and engagement, ultimately driving organizational success.
- Understanding Values Alignment: We will begin by defining what Values Alignment truly means. Learn how it goes beyond traditional qualifications and skills, emphasizing the importance of shared values, ethics, and cultural fit between workers, the industry, and their organizations.
- Retention Strategies: This session will also cover the critical aspect of retaining workers. Learn how fostering values alignment can improve workers satisfaction, increase retention rates, and reduce turnover costs for the JATCs, unions and employers.
- Creating a Values-Driven Culture: Explore the steps required to create a values-driven culture within your organization. We will discuss how leaders can lead by example, communicate core values effectively, and embed these values into every aspect of their work.
Continuum Advisory Group
As Principal and Founding Member of Continuum Advisory Group, Clark Ellis provides consulting services to facility owners, engineering, and construction service providers, building trades unions, trade associations, home builders, real estate developers, manufacturers of building products, tools, and equipment, channel participants, and installing contractors. He has served these clients in North and South America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Clark has contributed his expertise to projects involving enterprise strategy, planning, leadership, market research, training and development, business process improvement, and technology deployment. These projects have spanned construction vertical markets such as industrial, oil and gas, infrastructure, general building, utility, as well as single-family and multifamily residential.
In addition to these specific responsibilities, Clark’s research priorities are focused on the application of new technology throughout the design, engineering, and construction value chain, the development of the new processes and collaborative business relationships necessary for the industry to leverage these transformative technologies, and the development of industrialized construction.