Let's face it, employee engagement is all about managing risk - risk of
losing valuable talent, risk of underperforming talent, or lack of talent
to lead your organization to the future.
Are your high potential employees really engaged? How can you tell? Will
they fit as your organization evolves? We all know that employees join
good companies, but leave bad managers. Are your managers helping or
hindering your engagement efforts?
Today's tight economy has left some feeling like a prisoner of their
employer instead of a free agent, fully engaged by choice. On top of that,
many leading companies are simultaneously laying off and hiring, and your
high potential employees are always in demand. As the economy picks up,
high potentials are often the first to jump.
This webcast will tackle some of the tough questions. You'll hear a panel
discussion of senior talent development executives with real-life success
stories about their employee engagement initiatives to manage risk. We'll discuss:
How to ensure your high potentials are really engaged
The difference between high performers and high potentials and how to develop them differently
Identifying opportunities to create engagement "touch points"
Involving managers in your high potential initiatives