19 April, 2017 11:00 AM ET [11:00] (New York), 03:00 PM UTC [15:00] | (1 hr) | Time Zone Converter
Despite companies increasing investment in employee engagement programs and leadership initiatives, fewer than a third of workers around the globe elicit high levels of commitment and discretionary effort. This is troubling because engaged employees are more productive and innovative. This lack of employee engagement raises the question of who in the organization is responsible for creating an engaging culture – senior management? Human resources? The entire workforce?
In this webcast, researchers and experts will discuss our latest DNA of Engagement report that builds on previous findings from The Engagement InstituteTM. Learn what creates engaging cultures and leaders, how individual employees need to be responsible for managing their own engagement, and what companies can do to enable it.
Who Should Attend: This webcast is designed for Human Resources executives who lead engagement, talent management, and leadership development efforts
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Requirements : Attendees must be logged on for the duration of the webcast, participate in all interactive polls, and request credits via the on-screen form. Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based Program Level: Intermediate, Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree or higher, Advanced Preparation: None
Ricardo Aparicio, Ph.D.
Dr. Ricardo Aparicio is Owner of Strategic Development Designs LLC, a talent development and engagement practice that specializes in designing engaging talent development strategies and solutions that help companies win. He has extensive experience generating, integrating, and simplifying human r...Full Bio
Seth Zimmer has had the privilege of working for AT&T for over 27 years. He is currently Assistant Vice President, Organizational Assessment and Development. Seth and his team are responsible for AT&T’s assessment, survey, mentoring, coaching and organizational development pra...Full Bio
KimArie joined the QL team in 2013 and is the Senior Director of Talent Development. In her current role she is responsible for leading her team to create sustainable and holistic development programs for all team members. This includes the onboarding process, team member development, and leaders...Full Bio
Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.
Rebecca Ray serves as executive vice president, Knowledge Organization, The Conference Board. In this role, she has oversight of the research planning and dissemination process for all three practices areas (Corporate Leadership, Economy & Business Environment, and Human Capital) and is respo...Full Bio