ELIMINATING ENGAGEMENT BARRIERS TO DRIVE BETTER PERFORMANCE
We have all heard how many “actively disengaged” employees there are in the workforce. Despite years of companies trying to drive engagement, the number of disengaged workers hasn’t changed much, if at all. Why is it that most employee engagement programs don’t show results? Employees want to be heard; they want to be valued and they want to make a difference. Employers want – in fact, need – productive, engaged workers. Perhaps there is a different way to think about employee engagement.
In this session we will share a transformational approach to employee engagement that actually works. These simple and effective methods can yield engagement and performance improvements broadly across the organization. Be prepared to learn:
• The key link between engagement, performance, and success (both personal and business)
• The single most important...and often overlooked...element in employee surveys
• The most common mistakes companies make before, during and after an employee survey, and how to avoid them
Dr. Bill Baetz advises senior leaders on how to improve employee engagement and organizational effectiveness. Over his career, Bill has served in line management, consulting, and human resource roles, including extensive experience in consulting, training, marketing, sales, engineering, R&D, and manufacturing. He has helped hundreds of organizations to improve organizational effectiveness and to build the capabilities of their HR, OD, and L&D teams. He is a thought leader in OE and strategic HR, presenting and facilitating sessions at many conferences (including the SHRM conference, Talent & OD Institute, CLTD Summit, HR Management Institute, HR.com, the OD Network, and the OD Summit). He has extensive facilitation and coaching experience, working with organizations around the world (including work in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia). He has taught graduate courses on Strategic and International HR for the Universidad del Salvador in Argentina.
Bill holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Studies, an MBA, and a B.S. in Engineering.