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May Chapter Meeting: Employee Engagement: Pay Now or Pay Later

  • 17 May 2011
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Brookhaven Country Club
  • 100

If you want to make positive changes that last and build productivity and retention, Employee Engagement: Pay Now or Pay Later offers a step-by-step path that is unique and a reminder of what’s possible when we tap the full scope of our resources.

In a fiercely competitive world, we are all looking for every possible advantage.  Why should you worry about employee engagement?  Because you can’t afford not to!

In an eye-opening survey of 10,000 employers in 45 cities, the Best Places to Work are not only the most engaging work environments for employees – they are also the most efficient, productive, and successful; even in the toughest economic times.

Learn how to engage employees and develop strategies that are key to high performance.  Highlight your value to your organization by leading your company to a totally engaged culture. Stop talking and start doing … because engagement is a critical factor in your company’s overall success. 

You will:               

  • 1.    Learn how engagement parallels profit and loss
  • 2.    Learn the costs and risks of disengagement
  • 3.    Learn how to structure an engagement survey
  • 4.    Learn the value of competency development
  • 5.    Learn the value of selection testing
  • 6.    Learn about the millennial generation
  • 7.    Learn how to utilize training and development to inspire extra effort
  • 8.    Learn why 360 feedback is essential
  • 9.    Learn why engagement is the foundation for talent management
  • 10.  Learn how to sell engagement to the C-Suite

Your Speaker

Barbara Ashbaugh, CPLP owns Trade Secrets, LLC, a performance management and training company based in Dallas, TX.  She founded the company 20 years ago and is known for her practical solutions, helping companies maximize business growth through employee engagement applications.

Lots of enthusiasm, a little humor and a wealth of information, Barb has spoken to professional organizations throughout the country.  Her unique style, passion, and authenticity remind audiences of the value and worth of human capital.

Discriminating professionals, associations and organizations who want to maximize the performance and engagement of their biggest asset – their employees -- will be inspired by Barb’s vision and experience.  

*  HR Certification Institute Credits Pending Approval 


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