With the 2017 forecast of a stronger economy how do HR executives plan to convince top employees to stick around? Can you match the 10 to 20% pay increase they will get from changing jobs?
Luckily there are tools at your disposal to turn potential resignations into brand ambassadors. An engaged workforce is less likely to turnover and is more committed, more ambitious, and higher performing, which makes increasing engagement in 2017 more important than ever. At our 2017 Engagement Workshops you’ll discuss actionable strategies with other HR professionals on how to plan and manage talent.
This HRCI approved, small group program is led by Organizational Psychologists (PhD) with input and live discussions from Fortune 500 SVP and Directors of HR with proven track records of increasing engagement that drives talent initiatives. Come see what you can do to take your engagement, talent, and business strategies to the next level.
In this 6 hour workshop, you will learn best practices to engage your workforce, including:
• Navigating the top employee engagement trends to expect in 2017
• Tips and techniques for your survey measurement strategies\
• Developing leader capabilities
• Staying competitive and motivating leaders to action
• How to measure engagement for more ambitious change management
• Digging into HR analytics – take control with evidence-based people strategies
Brittany Aguilar Ph.D. - Kantar TNS - Senior Methodology Consultant
Live and video presentations from:
• Jane Lewis HCA - Hospital Corporation of America - Director, Organizational Effectiveness
• Patti Muldoon - United Technologies - Chief of Employee Engagement
• Moon Passino - Enterprise Rent-A-Car | National Car Rental | Alamo Rent A Car - Vice President Human Resources, North Central Region
• John Steele - Senior Manager of Human Capital Analytics - Best Buy
Early BirdUSD 125.00
Regular PriceUSD 200.00
LinkedIn PromotionUSD 75.00
Category: Conferences | Business & Economics | Human Resources
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