04 March, 2014 | (01 hr)
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Enthusiastic employees have proven to outproduce and outperform the average workforce. Yet, often managers can hurt employee positivity and drive. Join David Sirota and Douglas Klein as they discuss their new book, The Enthusiastic Employee, which examines what managers and business leaders need to do in order to maintain a more passionate, performance-driven workforce.
By providing research-grounded answers to crucial questions, the authors will teach viewers what employee satisfaction really means, which management practices have the greatest positive performance impact, and what's the relationship between employee satisfaction, customer satisfaction, and profit. For additional information please visit the Sirota Website.
Who Should Attend: Human capital professionals with responsibilities or interests in Employee Engagement and Talent Management
David Sirota, Ph.D.
David Sirota has been engaged in behavioral research and its applications in organizations for over 50 years. Since founding Sirota Consulting in 1972, he has established a national reputation for improving the performance of individual executives and managers, major groups within an organization...Full Bio
Douglas Klein is the Chief Leadership Advisor at Sirota Leadership Advisory. Doug has over 22 years of experience and currently is focusing on helping senior leaders overcome the intangible obstacles to organizational performance with a special emphasis on values, culture, conflict, engagement, a...Full Bio
Brian Gareau is a Senior Fellow, Human Capital at The Conference Board. In this role, Brian supports the Human Capital Practice which includes The Conference Board Human Capital Exchange™, research, conferences, webcasts and programs in a broad spectrum o...Full Bio