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Game - changing experiences employees love

by design through design 

We are XPLOR.
An employee experience strategy and design  innovation studio. 

As a trailblazer in employee experience design, XPLOR is on a quest to transform the world of work. By applying holistic, people-centered design approaches, we aim to consciously create deep and lasting value on a human and social level. And, consequentially, on a business and financial level.

About you

You are a modern, progressive leader.

You are committed to advancing your organization by putting people and their experiences first to positively impact behavior toward your brand and company - and you don't need to be convinced of the value. You know the quality of your employee experience defines your competitive advantage. You are open to new ideas. You believe in the power of creativity. You are obsessed with making a meaningful, tangible impact. 

Employee experience (EX) has the potential to be your business's X-factor. 

Companies with excellent employee experience outperform their competitors on every level. They attract and retain the best talent. They're more innovative, more profitable, and have higher levels of customer satisfaction.  

What our clients say

"Working with XPLOR, more specifically Lisa,  has been one of the most valuable professional partnerships I’ve had in the past few years.  As a subject matter expert in the employee experience, design and HR spaces, who also has a deep background in communications, transformation, project development, senior leadership and other disciplines, Lisa is truly one of a kind. She can quickly assess interdependencies in a system and translate that into a simple, digestible picture. She then uses human-centered design methods and tools to address larger challenges in small bites, always testing for impact. 

 

In addition to Lisa’s direct partnership on experience design projects, I consider her a coach and strategic advisor.  She generously listens, shares her knowledge and always expands my thinking."

Kristin McDonald, The Coca-Cola Company

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