Employees that consistently give additional discretionary effort to their tasks can propel performance forward. It all begins with the employee experience that will keep employees invested in their work and loyal to their organization. Learn how enabling and training your employees prepares them to take on new challenges, and recognize how to identify and address low engagement and employee burnout.
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Learn how to build an effective OE communications strategy from planning to execution and follow up, what communication methods work best for employees from different generations, and tips from experienced marketers on how to use multiple communications channels to maximize results.
Explore monthly metrics that ignite healthy competition, how to recognize accomplishments without alienating team members, and how to transition to a storytelling mindset.
Discover PULSE partnered with West Monroe to optimize internal processes through CRM technology and streamline the change management process to improve both employee and customer experience. Hear from both organizations on how they were able to put employees at the center of this digital transformation to engage and enable Discover PULSE’s internal talent.
Explore how to implement a design thinking approach within your people team, convince leaders to sign up for the right people experience metrics, and challenge HR assumptions for the better.
Learn how to identify key principles for successful ERG implementation and management, engage ERG members in company goals and initiatives, and promote cross collaboration and allyship.
Just in time for benefits planning, this webcast will explore what wellbeing means to the modern workforce and why it’s synonymous with employee health engagement.
Managers repeatedly send the outdated, same old surveys to their teams, but don’t receive the actionable data they need to fix problems and create positive change. The surveys don’t allow problems among their workers to be identified, much less give leader the ability to fix them.