Thursday, January 19, 2012 (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM)
What will employee engagement look like in 2012? The answer depends on your company culture. Successful companies know the first step to any recognition program is analysis - beginning with employee input. Discover how the most innovative Bay Area companies have created a culture of engagement, and how to develop unique programs that directly suit your specific company culture. Conducted 'learning lab' style, you'll learn from your peers in facilitated discussion groups and work together to:• Define employee engagement • Examine methods for gathering employee input • Design successful recognition programs • Overcome the challenges of executive buy-in
David J. Kovacovich, Total Recognition Strategist, Michael C. Fina, works as a program manager with Fortune 500 and newborn companies. The key is understanding that every company is different. The importance is keeping the pillars of employee engagement best practices in place while defining program initiatives more specific to each company culture. As a certified coach from the Dale Carnegie Training Institute, David employs a process for engaging audience participation while generating significant takeaway best practices.
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