In the ever-evolving landscape of the workplace, one thing is for certain – generational differences are shaping the way we communicate within our teams. As a company culture consultant and keynote speaker, I’ve had the privilege of delving into the intricacies of workplace dynamics, and one key revelation is that the best brands are built from the inside-out, starting with the employee experience.

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A friend of mine recently told me that she had once worked for the “best, worst culture, ever!”

This organization was known for being a “fun” place to work. They talked about it in their recruiting efforts, bragged about it in company-wide meetings, and leaders used it as a way to rally the team.

The problem was that although they had the parties, the perks and the speeches to point to, the actual employee experience, the one people dealt with every day, was filled with chaos, confusion and conflict.

As we move through our lives, we hope to leave behind a legacy that makes us proud. For leaders, that legacy can stretch far beyond friends and family. I recently had a conversation with a dear friend of mine about this very subject. We talked about points in our career where we had to make […]

In the ever-evolving landscape of the workplace, one thing is for certain – generational differences are shaping the way we communicate within our teams. As a company culture consultant and keynote speaker, I’ve had the privilege of delving into the intricacies of workplace dynamics, and one key revelation is that the best brands are built from the inside-out, starting with the employee experience.

Years ago, I watched what I thought would be my “happily ever after” very suddenly fall apart after 17 years of marriage. When it did, I was concerned how it would impact my kids and my ability to do my job. Because I had a connected leader, one who had built trust with me over […]

This weekend I was loading my dishwasher and I found myself taking the time to flip the forks, so the tines were facing up and moving the plastic to the top rack. I suddenly realized that I was doing this because for years, when my dad loaded the dishwasher, he would make sure the fork […]

Meet Pam Nemec

Pam Nemec is a well-respected executive leader in the hospitality industry. Her thought leadership around brand culture and communications have led to recruiting, retaining, and caring for over 48,000+ employees (Family Members) over 20 years, for one of the most revered brands in the fast-food industry.
She has been widely recognized for blazing a trail in both social media, communications, and community outreach. She led her team in connecting brand sentiment with immense ROI, as they successfully engaged hundreds of millions of customers.

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