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2010 Fall Educational Conference Topic
Sept. 23, 2010 at 2:15pm
The Three Keys to Effectively Engage Others
by Bob Jewell
Organizations are beginning to understand that the key to sustaining business results, especially in difficult economic times, depends on their ability to create engaged employees. There’s mounting evidence that employee engagement correlates to individual, workgroup, and organizational performance in the areas of productivity, retention, turnover, customer service, and loyalty. It’s vital that organizations and managers understand how to create an environment that engages employees.
- What’s engagement?
- The difference between satisfied employees and engaged employees.
- The three key elements of employee engagement.
- Why engagement matters.
Bob Jewell is the founder and Chief Excellence Officer of the Omega Leadership Group, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio. Bob has thirty years of hands-on leadership experience, ranging from engineering to senior executive responsibilities. His extensive real-world experience combined with his humor and communication skills creates a dynamic learning environment. Bob’s work in the areas of leadership development and project management has earned the respect of client’s such as Toyota, Federal Express, Sherwin Williams, and Catholic Healthcare Partners.
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