You Can't Improve Employee Engagement on an Empty Stomach

by Sabrina Son on Aug 17, 2016 11:00:00 AM


Screen_Shot_2016-08-19_at_10.45.47_AM.pngBreaking bread with like-minded folks is one of the best ways to get ideas rolling. And what better way to learn about new ideas than by surrounding yourself with the pioneers of employee engagement?

The people coming to TINYcon are part of the next-gen leader movement who are changing the landscape of the working world. They’re C-suite executives, HR professionals, managers, and directors who put their employees first and have faced all odds to create a better workplace. Who wouldn’t want to be surrounded by such an inspirational group?

And you can! As a part of the TINYcon agenda, we’re doing a dine around where we’re splitting up attendees into small groups and taking them to one of Seattle’s top restaurant — which one you end up at will be a surprise. Curious about the lineup? Here it is!



When you think about incredible food in Seattle, you think about Ethan Stowell — nominated for the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Northwest. Tavolàta menu features fresh pasta, made from scratch daily.



The third restaurant from Kevin and Terresa Davis (founders of Steelhead Diner), Orfeo offers contemporary, wood-fired food with a Northwest twist.


Terra Plata

Real food grown by local farmers can be found at chef Tamara Murphy’s latest restaurant, where you’ll feast on New American dishes all made from the freshest ingredients.



Experience Thali dining — a platter served to each guest holding a variety of small dishes — at Jerry Traunfeld’s restaurant, who, by the way, received the James Beard Award for Best American Chef: Northwest.


Local 360

Everything you eat at Local 360 was sourced within a 360-mile radius of Seattle. Get it?! And this restaurant doesn’t fall short of colorful dishes jam-packed with divine flavors.


So join us in Seattle on September 19–21 and get inspired with game-changing ideas. There’s still time to grab your TINYcon ticketsTINYpulse



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This post was written by Sabrina Son

Sabrina is the managing editor for the TINYpulse blog. A Seattle native, she loves her morning (or anytime) coffee, spending her weekends on the mountains, and of course, the famous rain.

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