Employee Engagement:
Practical Tools and Strategies


Michelle clark
Psychological Associates
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    Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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    1 Hour
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Is “doing more with less,” resulting in burned out employees?  Are you finding it difficult to keep employees engaged?

Even before the economic downturn less than 30% of employees were fully engaged – so the problem is growing every day.  In 2010, companies with highly engaged employees performed 22% better than the total stock index, while those with disengaged employees performed 28% worse.

Thus, the ability to create and maintain an engaged workforce is a powerful tool in retaining top talent, improving productivity, and increasing customer loyalty. This presentation will: 1) Make the business case for engagement, 2) Discuss drivers of workplace change, 3) Connect workplace change and engagement, 4) Discuss what really motivates employees and how to use this to build engagement, and 5) Clarify who owns responsibility to take action.

This presentation will give you practical tools to assess the engagement of your workforce and create strategies for increasing engagement. This will help you:

1. Increase morale
2. Get your people more engaged in the work that you are doing
3. Identify incentives that actually have the impact you want
4. Create loyalty among your top performers

About Michelle Clark Ph.D.

Dr. Clark is a business psychologist who applies the rigor and methods of psychology to issues of critical relevance to business, including leadership development, coaching, assessment, selection, training, organizational development, performance, and work-life balance. Michelle is adept at identifying the most salient people and organizational dynamics and using this information to help the organization increase its effectiveness. Michelle specializes in use of leadership assessments (knowledge, skills, and ability testing, personality assessment, and assessment center); leadership development and coaching; organizational culture/climate; and family-owned businesses. Michelle earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Nebraska. She is a licensed psychologist who shifted mid-career from therapeutic work with individuals and families to consulting and assessment work with businesses. She brings an exceptional level of perceptiveness regarding people patterns, and she doesn’t shy away from diving into the complexity of people, organizations and systems. In addition to her work with Psychological Associates, Michelle is also a facilitator for the national Chief Executive Network, assisting C-level leaders of six industry sectors (manufacturing, wholesale/distribution, architectural, engineering, general contracting, electrical and mechanical contracting, and technology software) to network with their top management peers, obtain guidance on business development, and learn about the latest trends and best practices in their respective business.

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