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Promoting Employee Engagement in a Busy Organization


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The last few years have seen a dramatic shift away from annual reviews, with managers focusing instead on holding regular performance conversations with their direct reports. Join panelists from BambooHR, 15Five, BizLibrary, Officevibe, and The Predictive Index as they explore strategies for helping managers and leadership regularly manage performance and build employee engagement.

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Promoting Employee Engagement in a Busy Organization

  1. 1. Julie Jeannotte Shane Metcalf Greg Barnett Libby Mullen Cassie Whitlock
  2. 2. What are best practices for engaging remote workers and helping them feel like part of the company?
  3. 3. How can managers fit in 1:1s when they have a large team or busy schedules? How frequently should they hold them?
  4. 4. Companies have moved away from formal reviews in favor of regular feedback between managers and employees. What are your thoughts on that?
  5. 5. How do you recognize effort without losing the message of needing to reach goals and meet expectations?
  6. 6. Have questions? Send them our way right now on Twitter using #AAHR. Our panelists are waiting to connect with you and answer any questions you might have!
  7. 7. Join us for more webinars Culture, Recruiting, Retention, Employee Engagement, Strategic HR
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