Consistently engaged employees are the key to creating better customer experiences and loyal customers, but as companies struggle to keep up with the fast-paced world of cultural transformation they are losing the hearts and minds of their employees. Why? Because nobody likes change.
Simply focusing on the benefits of change isn’t going to unlock the performance within your employees. You must shift from a conversation about change management and move forward with building momentum for a cause. A cause is an opportunity for your employees to feel powerful. It focuses on the power they do have and helps to make their work meaningful. Adding value to stockholders is not an appealing cause. Making people’s lives better will inspire employees.
Join Strativity President Lior Arussy for an hour-long webcast on June 17, 2014 at 3pm EST where he will explore why you need to move from change management to cause management, and why it is imperative that you present a challenge as an opportunity to make a difference.
He will also discuss:
Principles for successful cultural transformation
How to design and deploy cultural transformation – in less than a year!
Why exceptional experiences are the new standard
Take actions that will lead to positive, lasting change, exceptional employee performance and improved financial results.
Kick off your engagement program the right way and incorporate these best practices. Plus, learn how Strativity encourages employee ownership and commitment, the cornerstones of any successful employee engagement program.
Janice Weiss, Director of Recognition and Engagement Marketing at Macy’s Inc, describes the Macy’s “Everyday Magic” employee recognition and engagement strategy that was designed and implemented in response to ...
Webcast | Presented By: Courtney Mohr, Judah Kurtz | Webcast Aired: January 29, 2014
Rewire technical and cultural aspects of your organization with a thoughtful change management approach that will help engage employees, minimize confusion, increase productivity, decrease turnover and maximize results.