The global workforce trends driving the need for a more engaged and productive workforce than ever before
HR’s critical role in connecting organizational innovation to technology innovation to achieve better performance
The intersection of leadership, culture, and engagement
The past, present, and future of measuring and understanding workforce engagement
Practical examples of how to uncover insights that move the needle for the business
In today’s era of Big Data and mobile apps, the engagement technology landscape is being rapidly disrupted by start ups offering solutions for weekly employee “pulse” surveys and continuous 360 degree feedback. These apps overcome a major flaw in traditional annual engagement surveys: they provide companies with an up-to-date measure of engagement and how it is changing. However, they do not solve the ultimate challenge of understanding what actually engages, motivates, and retains an employee.
In the next few years, employee engagement will evolve dramatically. In an era of Big Data and mobile apps, the employee engagement revolution presents both enormous promise and, if not managed right, pain to HR. Join Dave Weisbeck as he examines this important topic.
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