There are more than 30 sessions at SHRM featuring employee engagement. You think that’s a lot? There are over 150 exhibitors at SHRM focused on employee engagement. Employee engagement is more than a buzzword. Here’s what you can expect to learn about the subject at SHRM.
Session: “Why Your Employees Are Just Not That Into You...and What to Do About It.” Room TBD | 06/20/2016 | 07:00 AM - 08:15 AM
What you’ll learn: causes of disengagement, the role of emotional intelligence in engagement, how to boost employee’s bond to managers, remedies for disengagement
Session: Living for the Weekday: The Employee Side of Employee Engagement Room TBD | 06/20/2016 | 04:00 PM - 05:15 PM
What you’ll learn: 5 aspects of life necessary for engagement, simple steps to add to a culture of engagement, how becoming engaged in life will lead to engagement at work
Engaged Leadership: The Leader Side of Employee Engagement Room TBD | 06/21/2016 | 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
What you’ll learn: the leader’s responsibility in building a culture of engagement, areas of leadership (directional, organizational, motivational) needed to drive engagement, how to move employees from disengagement to engagement
Why Your Employee Engagement Survey Doesn't Cut It: It's Time to Customize the Employee Experience Room TBD | 06/21/2016 | 04:00 PM - 05:15 PM
What you’ll learn: how to identify employee engagement needs that surveys alone won’t tell you, the role of individualization in increasing engagement, six different types of conversations needed to customize the employee experience
What you’ll learn: how HR in the Federal space defines employee engagement, how it’s measured, what’s done the results
This is just a taste.
Once you’ve gleaned employee engagement know how from SHRM’s sessions, learn how technology can help you drive what you’ve learned. HR Cloud can help you do just that with our engagement platform, including...
• Social, which makes communication easy and fun with business social networking software that strengthens teamwork.
• People, where employees can discover shared interests and build relationships, making interactions more personal and supporting collaboration.
• Onboard, which enables new hires to become more productive from their first day on the job by streamlining new hire paperwork, processes, and training.