Food for Thought

Food for Thought is a Chamber program that will influence motivation, learning and inspiration. During a relaxed lunchtime event you'll learn from thought-provoking speakers and take the insight and skills they present back to your workplace and every day life.

Upcoming programs

Food for Thought 2/28/18

Food for Thought -

Now Hiring: Making the Job Hopper Culture Work for You

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Registration & Networking 11:00 a.m. | Lunch Served 11:30 a.m. | Presentation 12:00 p.m. | Conclusion 1:00 p.m.
Green Bay Distillery

The Greater Green Bay Chamber is honored to host an event that will give clarity to why people leave jobs and the strategies to use to keep the talent you have.

This interactive workshop will unlock the secret to retention by utlizing the job hopper culture to your advantage. Unemployement rates continue to be at record lows, making talent in short supply. Job hoppers are one of the greatest obstacles in retaining employees, job joping is a growing nation-wide trend.

The key take-aways are:

  •  Identify an easy to use operational metric to assess the strength of your culture
  • Learn the top 3 things correlated to a strong workplace culture
  • Explore the drivers that directly impact turnover and retention
  • Assess a business unit's culture using real-life data
  • Use data to develop an action plan to improve retention and the overall employee experience

Melissa Borowicz, Owner/CEO of The Utech Group

Speaker Bio: Melissa Borowicz is an owner with The Utech Group and illymyx. With over a decade of experience working with organizations across the United States and Canada. Melissa is an expert in defining corporate culture and helping organizations maximize and align their teams and people. 


Dan Ritter, Culture Specialist/Account Manager with illumyx

Speaker Bio: Dan Ritter is the illumyx culture analytics specialist at The Utech Group. Before joining the The Utech team, Dan was a logistics manager who led operations from last place rankings to top of class. He attributes his successs to a combination of metric-based performance analysis and cultivating a postive workplace experience for his team. 



For more information please contact Micky Doyle, special events manager at 920.593.3419.