Employee Engagement that Works
Don Phin is a California employment law attorney. He has consulted with
hundreds of companies to help improve their employment practices. He has
presented over 600 times to CEOs, HR, and other executives on what
works in employee relations. Don’s latest book is The 40| |40 Solution:
Mastering the Emotional Energy of Leadership and Sales. Don built
HRThatWorks, used by 3,500 companies and sold to ThinkHR in 2014. In
addition to consulting and speaking, Don does executive coaching and
workplace investigations.Originally a kid from the Bronx (you may still
hear the accent), today Don lives in sunny Coronado, California.
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The lack of engagement dampens an employee’s "discretionary effort", with huge consequences including poor performance, turnover, customer dissatisfaction, brand damage, and lawsuits. All of which impact company culture and the bottom line.
Today’s remote and hybrid work arrangements, coupled with the accelerating rate of change, are constantly challenging the engagement effort. In this fast-moving program, Don will share strategies and tools for picking up your engagement game!
In this presentation, Don will share:
- What we have learned about employee engagement
- Attracting and hiring engaged employees
- The importance of a post hire interview
- Producing a wow onboarding experience
- How to show you care
- Branding an engaged culture
- The math of engagement
- Improving your engagement!
All attendees receive creating a fun workplace, A dozen ways to show employees you care
Why Should You Attend
Employee engagement has been a major concern for many years, yet the statistic remains - roughly two-thirds of employees are disengaged! While the data is not complete yet, the evidence suggests the numbers will be even worse post-pandemic. Not only do a large number of people not want to come back to a physical work environment, but many also want to switch careers, get paid more, or work for themselves.
These are challenging times for employers and employees so communication and creativity are required!
Disengagement is a serious problem for employers. Gallup says some two-thirds of employees are disengaged, with dramatic impacts on the bottom line.