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How to Start an ERG Program

Tuesday, June 25th @ 10 am PT / 1 pm ET

Why do over 90% of Fortune 500 companies have ERGs? Simply put, they help employees feel like they belong.

ERGs play a crucial role in a company’s growth and success by fostering an inclusive environment and promoting employee engagement. However, many senior leaders and HR professionals struggle with knowing where to start or how to implement ERGs within their organizations.

In this webinar, join Chronus’ Lisa Lloyd, Senior Program Manager, and Amanda Schnieders, Director of Content & Communications, as they showcase the steps for starting and scaling an ERG program. This webinar will provide valuable insights and practical steps to help you create impactful ERGs that enhance your company culture and support employee-driven development.

Join us to discover:

  • How ERGs help employees feel belonging
  • How ERGs impact company growth and productivity
  • Steps to getting ERGs started
  • Best practices for building inclusion and connection

This webinar is approved for 1 SHRM recertification credit.

Speaker Bios

Lisa Lloyd
Senior Program Manager | Chronus

As a Senior Program Manager at Chronus, I specialize in improving internal efficiencies that lead to high-value customer interactions. With almost 20 years of expertise as a sociologist, I have leveraged behavioral science to drive enablement and adoption that directly impacts revenue and retention. Over the last five years, I’ve developed and facilitated certification courses, workshops, and learning labs for nearly 4,000 teams across renowned brands such as Microsoft, American Express, Verizon, Estée Lauder and other industry giants.

Amanda Schneiders
Director of Content & Communications | Chronus

As Director of Content & Communications, Amanda is an advocate for using research and storytelling to showcase how human engagement can change employee productivity, advancement and growth in an organization while elevating the employee experience.

Prior to Chronus, her work in entrepreneurship and education with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation provided her with insights into the key factors of the workplace today—mentoring, development, inclusion and support. In pursuit of these elements, she helps organizations work smarter to retain their employees, learn from one another and build better pathways forward.

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