In this episode of HRchat, Bill Banham asks Pam Ross about her career story and how she came to be a well-known speaker, culture catalyst, community builder and innovator within social HR.
Oakville, Ontario-based Pam Ross is a speaker, culture catalyst, influencer in social HR, founder of #impact99 and the #reinventwork summit, traveler, dog lover and much more.
Listen to this episode of the HRchat show and learn:
- How companies can connect the dots between business strategy and culture
- The key metrics for measuring a successful company culture
- Top influencers in the HR and leadership space
- Tips for creating powerful and impactful business events
More About Pam Ross
Pam Ross is on a mission to reinvent work so that people and organizations can realize their potential. “For success now and into the future, and in order for their workers to be at their best, organizations need to build trust, digital fluency and agility.”
Pam has spent more than 15 years working “in the trenches” in Operations and Human Resources in customer-oriented businesses. During her time working for large and growing corporations, she was involved in building culture and improving employee engagement from a strategy and program development perspective. She discovered a talent for translating strategy into execution, inspiring action, developing leaders, and creating people programs that drive exceptional customer experience, which she is extremely passionate about.
Pam has developed a very engaged community on social media and has also become known as a thought leader in the area of Social Business and Innovative HR practices. She is a sought after speaker about Social Media Magic for HR. She is also a Partner and Producer of Impact99: Canada’s Workplace Reinvention Summit and co-author of the Blueprint for Workplace Reinvention.
Pam is blogging about a journey of personal development at BecomingMoreAwesome.com and is also a blog contributor at the Huffington Post.
Over her years working for national, service-oriented businesses, a few key principles have proved themselves time and time again. For Pam’s clients, these become apparent very quickly. Click the link below to see what Pam believes.
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