Employee Retention - Engaged employees are 87% less likely to leave a job, then their counterparts
Companies in the US spent over $3 billion dollars on employee engagement last year, but engagement rates hardly improved and are only around 34%.
So, what can you do to improve engagement? Actually, there is a lot that can be done to set up an environment that fosters employee engagement and retention.
In this session, we will discuss the #1 misconception about employee engagement that cause many engagement efforts to be only partially effective. We will present a different approach to engagement that focuses on practical steps for implementing influential leadership, and review the 5 Key Drivers of Employee Engagement (Vision, Independence, Growth, Outcome, Relationships). You will leave with practical ways to engage and influence others, techniques you can start using right away.
The session will include a self-assessment so you can gain clarity on areas that impact your employee engagement levels.
About Our Speaker:
Gretchen Richards has worked with growing businesses for decades helping them with practical management practices for building teams, corporate practices and quality service delivery. She has worked for technology, consulting and professional services, government contracting, and financial services companies. She now runs Dynamic Business Capabilities, a management consulting firm dedicated to helping small to mid-size companies improve “how their business does their business” so they can lift their business to the next level.