- OVERVIEW AND WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
- AREAS COVERED AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- WHO WILL BENEFIT
Employee engagement activities are more than a 21st Century buzzword – it is a real issue for today’s employers. There are many factors for considering the business case for employee engagement. With the continuing retirement of one of the largest generations – the Baby Boomers – there is a tremendous risk of brain drain from organizations. And, successor generations have alternative views of work and different expectations of employers. This webinar will help employers, business owners and HR executives prepare for the talent shortages created by Baby Boomers retiring, while simultaneously creating a work environment to inspire new leaders to replace those retiring. Tips for creating a succession plan will also be discussed.
The webinar will also provide examples of “symptoms” of disengagement and strategies for transforming disengagement into engagement. The key ingredients of job satisfaction will be discussed. Case studies of organizations who have successfully reduced turnover through successful engagement strategies will be discussed.
why should you attend
Baby boomer retirements and high turnover are challenges to organizations because of the high costs of turnover, training and risk of losing customers or clients. Therefore, it makes sense to look at offsetting these direct and indirect costs through enhanced engagement strategies. By learning how to create a work environment that inspires employees to achieve optimum productivity, organizations can soar to success.Click to View the Pricing Plan
- Employee Engagement – What’s the Big Deal?
- Financial, economic and strategic factors that affect employee engagement
- The direct and indirect costs of employee turnover
- Preparing for the “talent shortage” by identifying turnover metrics and developing a succession plan
- Creating a work environment to inspire employees
- Understanding today’s workforce
- Getting buy-in to organizational goals
- Overcoming management mistrust
- Understanding the drivers of employee motivation, loyalty and engagement
- Identifying symptoms of disengagement and developing strategies to overcome them
- Assessing morale
- Planning and implementing a succession management process
- Relationships of training and development and engagement
Participants will gain:
- Understanding why employee engagement is vital to organizational success
- Knowledge of specific tools that can help organizational leaders identify and correct symptoms of disengagement
- Understanding of the challenges of managing multiple generations in today’s workforce
WHO WILL BENEFIT
• HR Directors / Managers / Specialists / Generalists
• C Suite Executives
• Benefits Managers / Consultants
• Compensation Specialists
• Wellness Coordinators
• Private Equity Investors
• General Managers
• Senior Management Professionals
Gayla Sherry is President of Gayla R. Sherry Associates, Inc., an Oklahoma-based consulting firm established in1995; the firm's mission is to improve employee engagement and productivity byproviding human resources services. The firm has conducted many engagements with a widerange of clients, including financial services, health care, government, higher education,public, private and nonprofit organizations. Projects include HR Audits, developing policies,procedures, handbooks, job descriptions, Affirmative Action plans, management training, employee relations, mediating conflict, conducting internal investigations and succession planning.
Gayla is a well-respected human resources professional, accomplished speaker and facilitator, faculty member and published author. She brings a broad range of business experience in seniormanagement positions in human resources, operations, marketing and customer service.Gayla's business background includes senior management positions in commercial bankingand the Federal Reserve System. Gayla offers a highly-credentialed background as a Senior Professional in Human Resources, an EEOC-trained Internal Investigator and CertifiedMediator.
She is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management. She is the author of numerous professional articles and books, including: "Employee Retention:Reducing the Risk and Cost of Employee Turnover", and posts an HR or management tip onYouTube, "Tuesday Tip".She is a Strategic Business Partner with Profiles International, the largest provider of assessments for hiring, development and succession planning. Gayla's education includes Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma; she is an honors graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder.View all trainings by this speaker
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