One of the most significant challenges engagement programs face is just getting approved and funded. Approaching the executive suite as a confident business partner with the acumen and financials to back up your proposed initiatives is not nice to have – it’s required to close the deal in today’s market environment. Positioning engagement projects as budget line items has always been challenging given the “soft” nature of their returns, but with the proper language, tools and collaborative conversations, you can connect these initiatives directly to the bottom line.
Curt Gray has spent nearly three decades as a Human Capital business partner and has vast experience in obtaining leadership buy-in on engagement and retention projects. He will demonstrate these successful business processes by sharing how BAE Systems, one of the world’s largest defense and security companies, capitalized on these effective methods to build a nationally-recognized warrior integration program. This compelling story will provide a thought-provoking example of a profitable and patriotic employee engagement program that you are not likely to forget!
Don’t miss these exciting take-aways:
Learn new approaches to establish links between business strategy and Engagement
Discover the language of sales, profit and cash for incorporating into your conversations to build understanding and commitment
Hear about approaches for demonstrating engagement programs’ value and their impact on the bottom line