Closing the Employee Expectations Gap: The Undeniable, Promising New Mandate for Business

Tuesday, December 14, 2021 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Future Workplace Webinars
By: Cheryl Fields Tyler, Founder and CEO, Blue Beyond Consulting and Liana Randazzo, Senior Consultant, Blue Beyond Consulting

We have reached the tipping point when it comes to employee expectations — and business leaders who fail to heed this message do so at their peril. A new research study by Blue Beyond Consulting and Future Workplace reveals clear trends: People want to work for companies whose values align with their own values. They also expect leaders to role model and stand up for those values in the broader society. Cheryl Fields Tyler and Liana Randazzo delve into the three dimensions of business as a force for good — good for me (the employee), good for us (the organization) and good for the world (the broader society). They also examine the factors that business leaders, HR leaders, and knowledge workers agree are most important for effective company culture, and the surprising disconnect over how these groups say their organizations are measuring up. Finally, they outline tangible steps leaders can take to close the employee expectations gap, especially in light of the “Great Resignation,” and attract and retain happy and productive employees.

Join us and learn: The research study’s key findings and recommendations, including:

  1. The key factors driving the “Great Resignation”
  2. The force-for-good imperative for business — in all of its dimensions
  3. How business and HR can step up to the challenge
  4. Strategies to optimize the employee experience, and attract and retain the talent you need


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Cheryl Fields Tyler
Cheryl Fields Tyler

Founder and CEO, Blue Beyond Consulting
Cheryl Fields Tyler is founder and CEO of Blue Beyond Consulting, a management consulting firm that builds effective organizations where both the business and the people thrive. In addition to leading the organization, Cheryl’s daily work with clients includes everything from one-to-one executive coaching to the strategic design and implementation of large-scale business transformation efforts.

After 20 years in various consulting roles and researching what makes leaders and organizations effective, Cheryl yearned to see if she could build the kind of business she was advising others to create. She founded Blue Beyond in 2006 with a firm belief that Deep Trust and High Expectations™ cultures – where people feel safe, valued, seen and heard, and can learn and grow – are good for business and good for people. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Blue Beyond today has 80+ employees working remotely across the United States.

Cheryl and Blue Beyond have worked with companies in a wide variety of industries around the globe in both the private, higher education, and non-profit sectors, including but not limited to, Walmart, Kaiser Permanente, Hasbro, University of San Francisco, Ingredion and Emerson. A member of the Forbes Business Council, Cheryl was honored as a 2020 For All Leader of the year by the Great Place to Work® Institute.

In partnership with Great Place to Work®, FORTUNE has recognized Blue Beyond Consulting multiple times as one of the top 50 Best Small & Medium Workplaces in the U.S. Additionally, Blue Beyond has been recognized as a Great Place to Work® annually since 2015 and was named to the Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies in 2021 and 2020. The company is also a certified women-owned business by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

Cheryl holds a B.A. and Master of Divinity from Anderson University and completed her PhD coursework in Philosophy and Religion at Claremont Graduate School. She has served as a consultant and advisor to nonprofit executives and boards, including ChangeLab Solutions, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and Out & Equal, and previously chaired the board of anti-slavery group Not For Sale. She is a sought-after advisor and speaker on leadership, culture, and change management.


Liana Randazzo
Liana Randazzo

Senior Consultant, Blue Beyond Consulting

Liana Randazzo joined Blue Beyond in June of 2015 with a strong background in facilitation and leadership development. Liana’s wide range of experience includes coordinating large-scale events, coaching leaders, designing curriculums, and leading employee engagement initiatives. She received a BA in Psychology, with minors in Spanish and Criminal Psychology from Loyola University Chicago, as well as an MA in Organizational Psychology from Alliant International University. Liana is a Myers Briggs Certified Practitioner and an Insights Discovery Licensed Practitioner.

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