Wednesday, October 22, 2014
2:00-3:00PM ET (Eastern Time)
You’ve heard of employee engagement, but how do you take it from an idea to an actionable plan?
Monster is pleased to partner again with Bob Kelleher as he shares highlights from his latest work, Employee Engagement for Dummies! From the author of Louder Than Words, and Creativeship, comes this all-inclusive, step-by-step guide to all things employee engagement.
Join Monster for this captivating, high energy, and humorous FREE webinar as Bob takes attendees on a journey through his brand new book. He’ll explain concepts, tools, and best practices that will help you foster employee engagement at your company (or with your team).
Specifically Learn about:
The latest employee engagement research
The state of the workforce - Gallup claims up to 70% of employees are disengaged
Learn what emotions drive engagement
Discover what emotions drive disengagement
The importance of building your Employer Brand
The importance of building transparency in your communication
Learn how to improve employee engagement
Author, Speaker, Founder of the Employee Engagement Group
Bob Kelleher is an award winning author, thought leader, keynote speaker and consultant, and travels the globe sharing his insights on employee engagement, leadership, and workforce trends. Bob is the author of the bestselling book, LOUDER THAN WORDS: 10 Practical Employee Engagement Steps That Drive Results, CREATIVESHIP, A Novel for Evolving Leaders, and the just released EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT for Dummies.
Bob can be seen or heard on national and is a frequent guest writer and contributing editor on many national publications.
Bob is also the founder of The Employee Engagement Group (EmployeeEngagement.com), a consulting firm that works with leadership teams (many from the A/E industry) to implement best in class leadership and employee engagement programs.
Prior to become a writer, speaker and consultant, Bob designed and lead award winning employee engagement initiatives at large global organizations as Chief Human Resources Officer.
Check out Bob's Book: Chapter 7, Chapter 10, Chapter 14