11 May, 2017 | (01 hr)
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The world is experiencing an employee engagement crisis: only 13 percent of employees globally are engaged at work while the balance are either neutral or, worse, actively disengaged.
In previous research at The Engagement InstituteTM, we’ve examined how organizations can create and sustain highly engaging cultures and create or support highly engaging leaders. But what about the role of employees themselves? Join this webcast as we provide the key takeaways from this study and check how they resonate with our guest speakers from GM and Opel.
Key Learnings – What causes employees to:
- Take ownership of their engagement
- Continuously seek feedback and upgrade their skills and knowledge
- Work with their team and other stakeholders to execute organizational improvement plans
- Advocate for positive change in the organizations they work in.
Kelly Kuras is the Senior Global Manager of Talent Evaluation and Employee Engagement Strategies at General Motors. Global Project Manager of Employee Engagement Strategies for General Motors. Her responsibilities include delivering the employee engagement survey to 64 countries and over 200,000 ...Full Bio
Susanne Herwagen-Roumeliotis is the Manager of Opel Group Learning and Development. Her responsibilities include European Change Management & Organization Development activities and implementation of local and European Engagement /Workplace of Choice strategy, which also co...Full Bio
Ricardo Aparicio, PhD
Dr. Ricardo Aparicio is program director of the US Council of the Engagement Institute™ at The Conference Board, a research community dedicated to advancing the understanding of employee engagement in the workplace. He has extensive experience generating, integrating, and simplifying h...Full Bio