Event: Employee Engagement 2.0

 
  • When: Thursday, 20th March, 2014
  • Location: Crowne Plaza, Gurgaon
  • Price: By invitation only
  • Who should attend: HR ,Talent and Recruitment Head & Head Talent Management
 

Employee engagement continues to be critical for organizational alignment and business success, yet many organizations struggle to create engagement programs that are sustainable and contribute to business growth.

There are many factors that are changing our workplace environment: Firstly, the relevance of stress and anxiety among employees about the future and how is that affecting the importance of stability over pay when it comes to engagement. Secondly, the raising importance of quality or work and workplace experience for employee retention. And finally, the skepticism from employees, that the organization’s leadership sees employee well being as a strategic business driver and differentiator.

The roundtable discussion will aim to answer the following questions:
- How do you measure if your workforce is sustainably engaged and aligned to the organization’s strategic priorities?
- In your employee engagement focus, is it a ‘one size fits all’ or a ‘segmented approach’? Which employee segments need more focus and why?
- How could we use logic-driven analytics (rather than intuition alone) to enhance ROI of Employee Engagement programs?
- How can employee engagement be linked to business metrics like customer satisfaction, revenues, profitability etc.? How can we leverage these insights to build a high-performing culture?

Speakers


Ester Martinez

Ester Martinez

CEO & Editor-in-Chief, People Matters Media
Ajith Nair

Ajith Nair

Delivery Lead, Engagement & Culture, Aon Hewitt
Lesley Brown

Lesley Brown

Regional Practice Leader, Organisational Surveys and Insights, Towers Watson

Venue

Crowne Plaza, Gurgaon

Crowne Plaza, Site 2, Sector 29, Opp. Signature Tower, Gurgaon, Haryana 122001

For more information contact…

Akanksha Mishra
a.mishra@peoplemattersevents.com
9899713450
0124 4412307


Partners

  • Towers Watson

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