- John FosterHead of Talent and Organization at Hulu
- Lisa BisacciaSenior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for CVS Caremark
- Darcy AntonellisPresident of Technical Operations at Warner Bros. Entertainment
- Tim BridgesDirector of Knowledge Management for The Boeing Company
- Mark AustinVice President, Organization Development at Warner Bros. Entertainment
- Lori EmerickDirector, Diversity & Inclusion, NIKE, Inc.
- David YudisFormerly VP, Enterprise Executive Development, The Walt Disney Company
- Dr. Steven KowalskiExecutive Talent Development for Genentech, Inc.
- Rebecca PomeringChief Executive Officer of Moss Adams Wealth Advisors
- Tammy YoungManaging Director, Human Resources at Moss Adams Wealth Advisors
- Nancy TurnerGlobal Director of Talent Development at NIKE, Inc.
- Deary Paul DuffieDirector of Organization Development at Genentech, Inc.
- Alicia ShanklandChief Human Resource Officer for Razorfish & Digitas
Breaking the Old Rules of Engagement: Innovative Processes and Hot New Tools for Increasing Talent Performance and Business Results
Employee Engagement is still the most crucial factor when determining organizational success. 90% of leaders recognize this fact by acknowledging that engagement practices directly impacts the success of their business, yet over 75% also admit they have no engagement plan or strategy in place.*1. But is employee engagement really important enough to actively implement a plan for high performers, senior level executives or the new workforce coming into their own? You bet your job it is.
Everyone has seen the statistics — engaged employees drive business. They increase market share, launch customer service into the stratosphere, drive innovation, reduce turnover, and grow the bottom line. The problem is finding engagement programs and tools that are the right fit for the specific segments you’re trying to target. There is a wealth of ideas and products out there but how do you know which solution is the most effective for senior executives or high potentials? Which engagement tools laser target the next generation workforce, and do you know what really turns on your technical talent and creative personalities?
As the leader in Human Capital education, HCI understands employee engagement and has developed a program in collaboration with leading Fortune 500 organizations to demonstrate how you can engage your workforce in a meaningful and measurable way. Learn what works from organizations that are currently growing and thriving as a result of their outstanding engagement strategies. Discover the newest tools that are creating groundbreaking results, how they impact each of your workforce segments, and how surprisingly low cost they are to implement.
We'll take a deep dive into these essential tools:
- Social Media
- Corporate Branding/Reputation Management
- Rewards & Recognition /“Social Recognition”
- Engagement Surveys & Polling
- Social Impact/Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility
While highlighting these critical sectors for maximum impact:
- Middle Managers
- New Generation Workforce
- High Potentials
- Technical and Creative Staff
We will uncover premier case studies and scalable initiatives that will quicken the bond between employees and the organization, while increasing overall performance and uniting all levels of the workforce towards a common goal.
HCI will give you:
- The Skills
- The Education
- The Strategies
- Tips and Tricks
- Best Practices from Top Organizations
We understand the problems you grapple with, and our aim is to provide valuable solutions and strategies you can execute immediately. Take back an actionable plan with great ideas, new networking contacts, and the next steps needed to increase engagement levels in your organization.
Join us in Seattle and make an immediate and measurable difference in your workforce. We are currently preparing the Employee Engagement program which will take place in September 2012, so register now, to get our best early bird pricing and reserve your seat. Please contact Shane Lennon at 866.538.1909 x1904.
If you have questions about presenting at the event, please email Shane York at email@example.com
*1 No author (2010, August). The Role of Employee Engagement in the Return to Growth, The Corporate Executive Board
See What People said about the 2011 HCI Engagement & Retention Conference
"The HCI conference has truly provided a conference with educational and real experiences from speakers that will motivate and encourage to make the difference and impact within one self's personal and professional life as well as develop others. Great workshop! Superb conference! Speakers were great. This will not be my last HCI Conference. I plan on attending the next one!"
— Talent Management Partner, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc.
" I walked away with several opinions (ideas) of ways to enhance current programs. Additionally, the conference sparked new concepts that I will structure into my 3-5 strategy plan and present to my senior leadership team. Thanks for coordinating a great group of presenters and for sharing the powerpoint decks."
— HR Employee Programs Director, Crowley