DAY 1 RECORDINGS
In addition to the latest analysis of new and proposed tax policy from The Washington Update’s Jeff Bush, the first day of our virtual event offered different ways charging through change can create opportunities.
When change is driven by strategy and process, it can create opportunities that transform your organization. DHG’s Chief Change Officer, Jeff Outten, offered perspective on how our firm adapted to change and the benefits of our intentional approach.
Behind your charging through change strategy is insight. Political and tax analyst, Jeff Bush, offered updates on what he’s hearing around Washington, DC to help attendees better plan their next steps. Jeff is a 28-year veteran of the financial industry and an integral part of The Washington Update, the non-partisan authorities on all things Washington, DC. After hearing Jeff Bush’s views on fiscal policy, DHG featured a panel of our professionals expanding on the Washington update. Heather Alley, Charles Edge and Adam Neporandy shared what they are hearing across featured industries and offered more planning ideas for clients.
No matter your industry, you are probably being impacted by the war on talent. This session shared insights on what is causing the workforce shortage, as well as how you can adjust your corporate culture to recruit and retain top talent across the different generations of workers.
Two out of five employees have left or considered leaving their employment organization due to the service customers received. In today’s tight labor market where attracting candidates has become more challenging and there is more pressure than ever to retain top talent, organizations across the spectrum are looking for ways to win in the war for talent. This session discussed how the interrelationship between customer experience and employee experience is a tool for attracting and retaining talent, and shared insights from a new DHG study that examines how the various drivers of employee experience connect to an organization’s customer experience reputation. Additionally, they discussed strategies for addressing the factors that drive a sense of purpose in the workplace and help organizations excel in their people and customer goals.
Succession planning is all about preparing for change, but requires thorough planning and discussion before charging into it. Between rumored tax changes and “the great resignation” of workers, many business leaders have questions about succession planning. This session offered key insights for planning your succession strategy.
Often federal tax policy gets the headlines, but your state’s tax laws also impact your financial reporting. This session shared insights on state tax conformity, tax implications for companies with remote workers and state franchise taxes.
Technology touches almost every aspect of your business; safeguarding those tools is critical to the success of your organization. From evolving technologies and vendor risk to ransomware and remote workforces, this panel discussion shared how to best charge through change with technology.