In recent years, the discussion about the impact of disengaged workers on businesses has grown louder, and there has been a corresponding focus of attention on culture, rewards and recognition designed to boost employee engagement.
However, many businesses are in danger of confusing engagement with happiness. While it may be easier to spot, ‘happy’ does not necessarily equal ‘engaged’ and, in fact, engaged employees are more likely the ones who are pushing the envelope, flagging up obstacles, and challenging the status quo – not always a happy or comfortable position for employee or company. Nevertheless, those are the employees you want, and you need a culture that fosters fearless engagement and productivity to attract and retain them.
In this webinar, we’ll take a look at the latest thinking on company culture, why happiness doesn’t necessarily equal high performance, and how to foster an atmosphere where employees are engaged and high performing.
Key takeaways from this webinar will include:
- The difference between making employees simply happy vs. making them happy and productive
- How culture spreads through an organization and how it can be managed to give you the best business outcomes
- How to recognize what creates a culture of fear, and avoid the common traps that cause it.
- How to ‘hire for culture’ and align your talent pipeline to maximize retention and productivity
Join our free webinar on Wednesday, September 7 for insight into company culture and how it influences productivity and achievement, for better or worse.
Our speaker, Cord Himelstein, will share his experience in developing strategic recognition strategies and memorable experiences that drive employee engagement.
Who should attend? This webinar is for HR professionals interested in fostering more productive cultures and aligning the talent pipeline to maximize retention. Join us on Wednesday, September 7.
The webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now.
Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day.