2018 Employee Engagement Conference

The Tools and Coaching Strategies Leaders Need to Drive Engagement

July 30-August 1, 2018 | Denver, CO

2018 Employee Engagement Conference

As leaders are becoming both empowered and accountable for driving engagement, HR’s role is evolving to one of guidance and support while introducing tools and initiatives that create a high productive workforce.

Managers and leaders now play a critical role in connecting to the workforce but this opportunity for growth and greatness is stalled when leaders don’t receive the coaching needed to engage and empower their teams.  Through the use of effective tools and coaching, leaders are able to create authentic connections, use frequent conversations as important touch points, and present a clear career/skills development path that helps individuals understand the value of their role in achieving organizational goals.

Through successful case studies, we’ll learn about the effective tools and strategies that can effectively increase engagement scores and build the foundation for a change-ready, high performance workforce. 

Happier employees are usually more productive, but not always. Happy slackers don’t necessarily demonstrate good performance, create value, or have an interest in the ultimate success of their company.

Location & Venue

Sheraton Denver Downtown
1550 Court Place
Denver, CO 80202
888-627-8405

Call 888-627-8405 and reference Human Capital Institute 2018 Employee Engagement Conference to take advantage of the $239 room rate. Don’t wait, the offer expires July 9, 2018. Click here to book your room now!

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3-day pass: $1,995 | 2-day pass: $1,795
Early Bird Pricing: Register by June 3 to save $200!
 
Virtual conference: $595

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Who Should Attend?

The following sample titles will benefit from the conference:

  • CHRO

  • Director, Communications

  • Director, VP, Employee Engagement

  • Manager, Director, VP Organizational Development

  • Manager, Director, VP, EVP HR

  • Manager, Director, VP, EVP, Talent Management

Why Should You Attend?

Attend the conference to learn how employee connections can be established by tapping the hearts and minds of your workforce.

  • Hearts: Authentic and transparent leadership that supports and recognizes the workforce. Employees connect to a sense of purpose that resonate in their personal values.

  • Minds: Neuroscience shows us how to appease and comfort the brain in feeling safe with a sense of belonging.

  • Connections: Strategies and tools to help managers to authentically connect and support their teams.

What You'll Learn

Topics covered at the event include:

  • Creating Organizational Values that Connect with the Workforce - Developing Trust, Transparency, Fun, Purpose, and Performance - Connecting meaningful work to innovation and purpose

  • The most effective methods of reward – it doesn’t involve money - Teaching leaders to practice and promote mindfulness at work - Reducing perceived threats and creating a safe place for voice and personal power - Ways of influencing behavior and appeasing the brain

  • Training managers how to give recognition and support that connects with employees - Communicating corporate goals in a way that achieves desired behavior - Teaching managers to authentically connect and support their teams - Using surveys and metrics to predict and guide behaviors

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3-day pass: $1,995 | 2-day pass: $1,795
Early Bird Pricing: Register by June 3 to save $200!
 
Virtual conference: $595

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