Corporations are only as good as the people they have and the purpose that those individuals are committed to. When organizations clarify values and what they truly standfor, they build workplaces where employees and employers thrive. Only then, can a business maximize the potential of employee assistance programs, focus on mentalhealth, manage healthcare costs, launch a mentorship-based employee resource group for marginalized groups and carry out other important initiatives. When leadership isliving out their values, they can develop employee skills through education that will expand opportunities for team members who will move up or even leave the company andcontribute to society in other meaningful ways (and leadership will cheer them on!). When you build talent in an equitable workplace, you build a thriving, healthy organization.
For Chipotle, listening to over 88,000 employees takes patience, but yields invaluable perspective that fuels profit. Join Marissa Andrada, Chief Diversity, Inclusion & PeopleOfficer, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and Dev Patnaik, CEO, Jump Associates, and CCI Board Member in conversation as they share Chipotle’s people-centered initiatives and theways they have contributed to the success of the company.