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Employee Engagement : Moving the Needle on Quality ...
Employee Engagement : Moving the Needle on Quality
This lecture is designed to demonstrate how engaged employees positively impact quality. Sean will expand on how employees become engaged and stay engaged. He will use statistics to identify how engaged employees impact quality results and processes. All audience members will be equipped with talent solutions that they can immediately implement in their workplace to impact the organization’s human capital results and their quality-related bottom line performance.
TalentMap’s proven Best Practices are shared and elaborated on. What has TalentMap heard employees/employers from hundreds of corporations share with us? What do they need and want to become and stay engaged employees? How have the engagement elements been impacted by quality programs and implementation plans put in place by corporations? These questions and many more are addressed when Sean Fitzpatrick shares ideas, approaches and business practices on employee engagement and how it impacts corporate culture and quality. We will address:
-Statistics from TalentMap’s extensive database that identify how engaged employees improve on quality
-What TalentMap has learned and heard from employees when surveying their corporate culture that impacts quality
-How to implement action plans with accountabilities from an engagement survey
Once you have surveyed identify how you work on making the changes that will impact your corporate engagement levels:
-what are the quick wins
- plan for the strategic gains
- looking at impact vs. cost
- how you deliver what you have promised
- importance of measuring your programs
- who should be involved in the planning,delivery and implementation
Our Client will then address what they have experienced, learned and implemented on during and after their Employee Engagement survey. Once you have all the data and information how do you set priorities, how do you roll them out, who implements and how do you measure success, how you get the buy-in in a unionized environment?