Employee Engagement is defined as an employee’s emotional and psychological commitment to an organization. Research shows that engaged employees are more productive, profitable, safer, and move your organization forward. In comparison, actively disengaged employees are emotionally and rationally detached from your organization. They have no connection to the workplace and do just enough NOT to get fired. How much is active disengagement costing your organization in lost customers and productivity?
The upcoming Employee Engagement Workshop on January 10 will explore what engagement is and how using an employee engagement program as a business strategy can drive business performance at your organization. Business owners and managers will have the opportunity to explore drivers of engagement, discover ways to measure employee engagement amongst employees, and identify the elements that make up a “Best Place to Work” culture.
Jay Romans, an Executive Coach and HR Consultant, supports organizations in developing, retaining and managing world-class human capital. Jay is a proactive leader who develops leadership and organization capability to support client business strategies via pragmatic consulting advice. As a senior human resources executive, achieved business results by converting the Human Resources function from a cost center to corporate asset. Some examples of how he has moved the dial are:
Luncheon Served: Lasagna, chef's vegetable, garlic bread, and salad
This program maps to ATD's Foundational Competency: Coaching and Integrated Talent Management Visit https://www.td.org/Certification/Competency-Model.