Changing the Conversation in 2016: Moving from Engagement to Experience

Recorded February 23rd, 2016

Surveys consistently show that only about 30% of employees consider themselves ‘engaged.’ And improving engagement in a meaningful way has proven elusive for many organizations. What if instead HR started focusing more on the overall employee experience?

It’s time we stopped treating branding, onboarding, coaching, and development as separate entities. By approaching these employee interactions in a more holistic manner, we have a huge opportunity to really “wow” our employees.

Join Steve Boese from H3HR Advisors and Lynette Silva from Globoforce as they discuss how recognition plays into engagement and some useful metrics for measuring the employee experience.

What you’ll learn:

  • 3 primary components of the employee experience
  • Errors in how we’re pursuing engagement (and how to fix them)
  • Specific ways to elevate the fundamental value you offer employees
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