Learn how being ‘Culture First’ creates a better world of work


With keynote speeches from the renowned strategic adviser and author Priya Parker and AFL legend Adam Goodes, Culture First is a free event that will help you reimagine work culture.

Becoming a ‘Culture First’ company means being part of the global movement pushing for a better world of work. It’s a movement dedicated to building great work cultures and understanding the ways they influence individual and organisational success.

Culture Amp is at the forefront of this movement. As a company, it aims to provide a holistic solution to help leaders build profitable, sustainable and human-literate companies. That’s why this year it’s bringing together global and regional communities for the first-ever virtual and free Culture First event (sign up here).

Following successful regional events in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and the Americas, Culture First in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region will be held on 14 July.

Who you’ll be hearing from

 This year’s program is not just for HR practitioners, it’s designed for anyone who believes that great leaders develop great work cultures. Featured guest speakers include prominent author Priya Parker and former Sydney Swans player and Australian of the Year Adam Goodes.

Priya Parker is a facilitator, strategic advisor and the acclaimed author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters. She helps leaders and communities have complicated conversations about identity and vision during organisational transition phases.

Adam Goodes is an Adnyamathanha man, AFL legend and dual Brownlow medallist. He was named Australian of the Year in 2014, which recognised his tireless community work and anti-racism advocacy in addition to his sporting achievements. Since retiring from AFL in September 2015, he has founded the Indigenous Defence and Infrastructure Consortium, which helps to establish sustainable practices for Indigenous entrepreneurs. He also helps to educate Indigenous children through the GO Foundation.

Join the movement

Around the world, more and more companies are joining the Culture First movement and fearlessly prioritising the employee experience, including Airbnb, Canva, Xero, THE ICONIC, Slack, Oracle, and McDonald’s. 

These companies have consistently found that putting their values front and centre of everything they do makes them more successful. Culture First APAC brings representatives from these companies and many others together in a forum where they can share their learnings and inspire and connect with like minded individuals.

 This year’s program focuses on uncovering the business benefits of a human-centric company culture – what Culture Amp calls ‘Humanity at Work’. There are three key streams at the event:

  1. Understanding your employees better
  2. Building high-performing cultures
  3. Developing your people

Within these streams, Culture First offers live sessions from experts in organisational psychology, workplace resilience and anti-racism. You will also hear first-hand tales from some of the world’s best places to work.

 This year’s event is free and completely virtual, so there has never been a better time to get involved in the discussion about building resilient and strong work cultures.

 To register for the free Culture First APAC, sign up online before 14 July with Culture Amp.

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Learn how being ‘Culture First’ creates a better world of work


With keynote speeches from the renowned strategic adviser and author Priya Parker and AFL legend Adam Goodes, Culture First is a free event that will help you reimagine work culture.

Becoming a ‘Culture First’ company means being part of the global movement pushing for a better world of work. It’s a movement dedicated to building great work cultures and understanding the ways they influence individual and organisational success.

Culture Amp is at the forefront of this movement. As a company, it aims to provide a holistic solution to help leaders build profitable, sustainable and human-literate companies. That’s why this year it’s bringing together global and regional communities for the first-ever virtual and free Culture First event (sign up here).

Following successful regional events in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and the Americas, Culture First in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region will be held on 14 July.

Who you’ll be hearing from

 This year’s program is not just for HR practitioners, it’s designed for anyone who believes that great leaders develop great work cultures. Featured guest speakers include prominent author Priya Parker and former Sydney Swans player and Australian of the Year Adam Goodes.

Priya Parker is a facilitator, strategic advisor and the acclaimed author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters. She helps leaders and communities have complicated conversations about identity and vision during organisational transition phases.

Adam Goodes is an Adnyamathanha man, AFL legend and dual Brownlow medallist. He was named Australian of the Year in 2014, which recognised his tireless community work and anti-racism advocacy in addition to his sporting achievements. Since retiring from AFL in September 2015, he has founded the Indigenous Defence and Infrastructure Consortium, which helps to establish sustainable practices for Indigenous entrepreneurs. He also helps to educate Indigenous children through the GO Foundation.

Join the movement

Around the world, more and more companies are joining the Culture First movement and fearlessly prioritising the employee experience, including Airbnb, Canva, Xero, THE ICONIC, Slack, Oracle, and McDonald’s. 

These companies have consistently found that putting their values front and centre of everything they do makes them more successful. Culture First APAC brings representatives from these companies and many others together in a forum where they can share their learnings and inspire and connect with like minded individuals.

 This year’s program focuses on uncovering the business benefits of a human-centric company culture – what Culture Amp calls ‘Humanity at Work’. There are three key streams at the event:

  1. Understanding your employees better
  2. Building high-performing cultures
  3. Developing your people

Within these streams, Culture First offers live sessions from experts in organisational psychology, workplace resilience and anti-racism. You will also hear first-hand tales from some of the world’s best places to work.

 This year’s event is free and completely virtual, so there has never been a better time to get involved in the discussion about building resilient and strong work cultures.

 To register for the free Culture First APAC, sign up online before 14 July with Culture Amp.

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