Register Now for “The Conference of the Year”: The National Employee Engagement Conference – Held in Chicago, Illinois, on November 7-8, 2013
When managers and supervisors are asked to do more with less, boost performance and profitability, many are up against a wall with cut backs and budget constraints. Hailed to be The Conference of the Year, The National Employee Engagement Conference, held in Chicago, Illinois, on November 7-8, 2013, is geared to focus on boosting performance and profitability by mastering the art of employee engagement. Facilitated by top experts and leaders in the field of engagement, this one-of-a-kind conference is customized to busy leaders who value their employees and want to develop their culture—which, according to Gallup and other global studies, is a key contributor to employee performance and organizational success.
“Leaders today who want their companies to remain competitive are required not only to attract top talent, but to keep them engaged enough to remain loyal when they have other options as the economy rebounds,” states Scott Carbonara, one of the conference’s key engagement experts, “Imagine if you lost your top employees tomorrow. Could you survive? We don’t want you to face that fact; we will teach you how to keep your employees as loyal ambassadors of your organization today and tomorrow,” Carbonara adds.
The National Employee Engagement Conference, Founded by Sam Glenn, who speaks to 100 companies a year on leadership development picked to host this event at the award-winning Catalyst Ranch in downtown Chicago. The conference’s purpose is to help companies cultivate positive, passionate engagement amongst their employees and leaders. Attendees will learn how to get personal, target their employees’ passions and strengths, and how to align their leaders and employees to the same values, mission, and goals—all from world-class engagement trainers and leaders who equip top companies every day. Participants will leave with the tools to implement effective engagement strategies immediately.
Those attending will include Hr generlists, managers, business owners, corporate, educational, and non-profit professionals who are responsible for developing an engaged culture.
For more information about the conference, visit www.LeadtoEngage.com. For inquiries, contact (866) 818-9675 or [email protected]