Employee Engagement: There is no Cookie Cutter Approach to Employee Engagement





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Published on Jul 11, 2012

Join DecisionWise President, Tracy Maylett, and Senior Director of HR and Organizational Learning at ASTD, Julie Nielsen, as they discuss their recently published article in the April 2012 issue of T+D Magazine. Recent research has found that drivers of employee engagement vary greatly within industries and organizations depending on the job function, group, and job level. Find out how ASTD implemented a process to clearly define its culture, hire the right people, and involve employees in development opportunities to increase employee engagement.

Learn answers to these important questions:

What does the research say about the most important drivers of employee engagement?
How do you hire for employee engagement?
In what ways does company culture impact employee engagement?
How can your ensure that training programs foster engagement?
How do you create a culture where people can choose to be engaged?
How do you "get out of the way" to allow people to choose to be engaged?

Presenters: Join DecisionWise President, Dr. Tracy Maylett and Julie Nielsen of ASTD National, for a revealing discussion on employee engagement. Tracy has a Doctorate in Organization Change from Pepperdine University, an M.B.A. from Brigham Young University, and has received his SPHR certification. Julie Nielsen is the Senior Director of Human Resources and Organizational Learning at ASTD National and holds a Master's Degree in Human Resources from Marymount University.

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