Engaged cultures drive innovation and challenge the marketplace. They are aligned with company goals and propel the business forward.
What does it take to build an engaged culture that directly impacts business results? An authentic connection to the purpose and values of the organization, and a scientific approach to recognizing and rewarding the right behaviors.
Join us at the 2017 Employee Engagement Conference to hear senior-level thought leaders from organizations like TOMS, Shopify, and Southwest Airlines discuss how they build strong workforce connections that result in high employee engagement and retention. Neuroscience leaders will expand your mind and demonstrate how your organization can implement neuroscience for lasting behavioral and cultural change.
"There is a mismatch between what science knows and what business does."
- Dan Pink
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Location & Venue
Fairmont San Francisco
950 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Call 415-772-5000 and reference Human Capital Institute 2017 Employee Engagement Conference to take advantage of the $299 room rate. Don’t wait, the offer expires June 30, 2017. Click here to book your room now!
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Make the Case to Attend the 2017 Employee Engagement Conference
Make plans to attend the 2017 Employee Engagement Conference in San Francisco.
Who Should Attend?
The following sample titles will benefit from the conference:
Director, VP, Employee Engagement
Manager, Director, VP Organizational Development
Manager, Director, VP, EVP HR
Manager, Director, VP, EVP, Talent Management
Why Should You Attend?
Attend the conference to learn how employee connections can be established by tapping the hearts and minds of your workforce.
Hearts: Authentic and transparent leadership that supports and recognizes the workforce. Employees connect to a sense of purpose that resonate in their personal values.
Minds: Neuroscience shows us how to appease and comfort the brain in feeling safe with a sense of belonging.
Connections: Strategies and tools to help managers to authentically connect and support their teams.
What You'll Learn
Topics covered at the event include:
Creating Organizational Values that Connect with the Workforce - Developing Trust, Transparency, Fun, Purpose, and Performance - Connecting meaningful work to innovation and purpose
The most effective methods of reward – it doesn’t involve money - Teaching leaders to practice and promote mindfulness at work - Reducing perceived threats and creating a safe place for voice and personal power - Ways of influencing behavior and appeasing the brain
Training managers how to give recognition and support that connects with employees - Communicating corporate goals in a way that achieves desired behavior - Teaching managers to authentically connect and support their teams - Using surveys and metrics to predict and guide behaviors
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