Best keynote presentations & key takeaways from HCI's 2016 Employee Engagement Conference
How building a culture of engagement can lead to improved corporate performance
Culture, engagement and retention are top issues for business leaders looking to improve corporate performance. Ultimately, culture and employee engagement are a top down effort. Listening to what your employees have to say is just the beginning—leaders must understand, find insights, and act upon them in order to improve the business.
A continuous listening strategy, from census to self-service pulse surveys, is your key to retaining, developing, and inspiring your workforce. In fact, recent IBM research shows that HR practitioners who use multiple listening methods rated their organizational performance and reputation 24 percent higher than those who do not.
In this webcast, join us as we share the best keynote presentations and discuss key takeaways from this year’s HCI Employee Engagement Conference. We will explore how building a culture of engagement can lead to improved corporate performance.
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