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Learn how to build a winning workplace culture with actionable insights from top executives and leaders at Workday, AT&T, Cisco, Marriott, PWC, Google, PayPal, Dropbox and more. Hear why these folks are counting down the days until our upcoming #GPTW4ALLconference!







Why Should I Attend?

Join us as we embark on our new, exciting mission: building a Great Place to Work For ALL. On the 20th anniversary of the 100 Best Companies to Work for® List we produce for Fortune, Great Place to Work® is raising its sights and raising the bar on what it means to be a great workplace.

Get Inspired

With an all-start lineup from CEOs, founders, and executives at Fortune, AT&T, Marriott, Cisco, Genentech, PWC and more, you’ll see firsthand how these leaders are changing the world by creating winning workplaces.


With lessons from executive leadership at companies that have created industry-leading workplace cultures, you’ll leave with an understanding on why building high-trust culture is critical for your business’ success.


With more than 1,000+ leaders from 380 companiesand culture experts fromGreat Place to Work in attendance, you’ll gather practical insights on how to reach greatness by tapping into your employees’ fullest potential.


With 25+ sessions, you’ll deepen your knowledge of top culture trends from Best Workplaces, gain actionable insights and strategies from top workplaces, and learn how to lead culture change at your workplace.

Learn from Leading Companies
and Culture Experts

2016 Great Place to Work®

Conference Highlights



Attendees represented more than 380 companies.


Director & Above

Most attendees were Owner/Founders, C-Level, VPs and Directors.


Social Impressions

Attendees took to social media to highlight learnings and content.

"Attending the Great Place to Work® Conference is an opportunity to celebrate, learn, network and be inspired by other like-minded leaders with a passion to create workplaces that out-distance all others. Whether you have attained recognition as a great workplace or you are on the journey, this is a place and experience that will open your eyes to the possibilities, where everyone encourages everyone and it is impossible to return home without having gained ideas that will determine your strategy for achieving an exceptional workplace culture. Be prepared to be challenged to go back and rethink your workplace strategy."

Karen Mathews, WLCP

Executive Director - Cultural Transformation, WellStar Health System

"I have been to several Great Place to Work conferences. The conference is the most inspiring event I attend each year. To have the opportunity to hear from so many C-level executives from Best Companies is rare and the chance to network with companies that are like-minded is very appreciated. I have made great contacts and also friends through this conference. I strongly suggest this conference to executives who believe that culture can be a strategic driving force in their companies."

Kelly Gaglione

Executive Vice President, Kahler Slater

"It is an honor to support the annual GPTW conference that facilitates knowledge- sharing among professionals who are on the quest to create the most engaged workplaces on the planet. Ryan benefits greatly from participating in GPTW engagement surveys in our offices world-wide, and we consider it a privilege to add our brand to the conference mix."

Delta Emerson

President, Global Shared Services, Ryan

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A Session Highlight from Leaders at Wegmens

Get a sneak peek into the “Family Recipe for Success,” hosted by Wegmens’ Kevin Stickles Senior Vice President, Human Resourcesand Peggy Riley, Director, Employee Communications.

Get Professional Development Credit For Attending

Great Place to Work® is recognized by SHRM and HRCI to offer credit hours for attending our conference.

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