I Want to Work THERE! 3 Keys to Creating an Engagement Culture
Bob Kelleher, Founder and CEO, Employee Engagement Group
Kevin J. Sensenig, Ph.D., RODP, Global VP, Dale Carnegie and Assoc.|
Recorded: Tuesday, July 24, 2012
(60 Minute Session)
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An organization’s culture has a tremendous influence on employee engagement. A culture that features opportunity, personal accountability, inclusion, community, and validation will lead to engaged employees. But how do you create that culture and how do you maintain engagement throughout an employee’s time at your company?
Join Training magazine on July 24 for a complimentary Webinar, sponsored by Cornerstone OnDemand, and discover best practices from two employee engagement experts:
Bob Kelleher, CEO of The Employee Engagement Group
Kevin Sensenig, Global Vice President, Learning and Organizational Development, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc.
This Webinar will explore how to create an employee engagement culture through three steps:
1. Hire the right people
2. Foster engagement through onboarding
3. Maintain engagement for the long term
About Bob Kelleher
Bob Kelleher is a speaker, consultant, and author of “Louder Than Words: 10 Practical Employee Engagement Steps That Drive Results.” He is also the founder and CEO of The Employee Engagement Group (www.EmployeeEngagment.com), a global consulting firm that works with leadership teams to implement best-in-class leadership and employee engagement programs, and is the creator of the virtual cloud-based employee engagement resource center, The Employee Engagement Library. Kelleher previously served as the chief human capital officer for AECOM, a Fortune 500 global professional services firm.
About Kevin Sensenig Kevin J. Sensenig, Ph.D., RODP, is global vice president, Learning & Organization Development, for Dale Carnegie and Associates, Inc. (www.dalecarnegie.com), Hauppauge, NY. His responsibilities include the engagement of a team of professionals who focus on the design, development, customization, and delivery of Dale Carnegie products and services across a global network of more than 180 offices worldwide.