Lunch and Learn: Creating a Culture that Retains


The best weapon in the war for talent. Creating a culture that retains.

On average, it costs companies $4,000 and 52 days to hire one person. For some hires, this is a great deal. For others, an unfortunate misuse of time and money.

Whether because the person wasn’t a good fit for the position or they quit shortly after being hired, you were forced to repeat the expensive and lengthy recruiting process all over again (and potentially again!). But some companies don’t have this problem. Some companies spend very little on recruiting and have a list of talented professionals waiting to join their company.

Why? In a word, culture. Join the Arizona Technology Council and Culture Engineered on January 22 at Galvanize and hear from the panel of experts winning the war for talent where they share secrets of creating a culture that attracts & retains talent. 

Lunch is included. Register now

Who Should Attend? 

Representatives from companies that are scaling, experiencing high turnover, or are struggling to fill positions.

About Culture Engineered

Culture Engineered provides culture-focused HR solutions and expertise to small and mid-size businesses. Using insightful tools to identify potential and existing workplace issues, we serve as a partner to our clients, providing valuable, actionable guidance.

About the Presenter

Moderator, Teresa Marzolph, is the Founder and Head People Strategist for Culture Engineered. Believing valued employees produce valuable results, she helps both small businesses and large corporations attract, develop, and retain top industry talent.


• Dan Hurley, Vice President of IT, Solera Health
• Daniel Cheetham, Leadership Search Director, Y Scouts
• Asif Khan, Sr. Director Quality & Engagement Management, MST Solutions

Presented By

Culture Engineered


515 E Grant St.
Phoenix , AZ 85004




January 22, 2019




[AZTC Members, FREE] [Non-Members, $15]