Maybe HR Doesn't Own Culture Change After All-2

Maybe HR Doesn’t Own Culture Change After All

Air Date: Nov 07, 2018 | 9 am PST | 12 pm EST

Jill Christensen’s outlook on employee engagement is radically different, which is exactly why I wanted to feature her as a guest on our Future of Work Talk series.

Jill believes that although the Human Resource team “owns” culture change, they cannot succeed alone because they don’t own the people who have the greatest impact on culture change— frontline managers. When it comes to redirecting disengaged employees, it’s critical to understand that employees will only re-engage if senior leaders and managers change the way they lead the company and their teams.

Corporate culture and employee engagement plays a significant role in so many things: Company success, customer service and customer experience, attracting and recruiting top talent, and retaining and motivating that talent.

Join us on November 7 at 9 am PST | 12 pm EST and learn:

  • What employee engagement is
  • Why traditional approaches to employee engagement don’t work
  • Tactics to engage leaders in employee engagement
  • A proven four-step strategy that you can apply immediately to re-engage employees

Employee engagement is not rocket science. If you approach it strategically, as a team, you can make enormous strides and create a culture that no one can imagine leaving. That’s why Jill is part of our webinar program—there’s no one more passionate or knowledgeable when it comes to this topic.

As a special offer to attendees, Jill is making her best-selling book – If Not You, Who? Cracking the Code of Employee Disengagement – available to you at a 25% discount with free shipping. Simply visit this link to order a copy and Jill will donate $5 from every book purchase to the Salvation Army Hurricane Florence Relief Fund.

Register Here and join us for a webinar you don’t want to miss!

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