We’re able to illustrate the attitudinal and behavioral factors that determine commitment, and to define HR metrics that are critical to any organization's performance.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 13, 2007
On Wednesday, August, 15 at 1:00 EST, human capital research firm Morehead will offer a one-hour Webcast linking employee attitudes and behaviors to critical business outcomes, and the best ways to measure employee commitment.
The Webcast, Morehead's Workforce Commitment Survey™: Linking People to Key Business Outcomes incorporates nearly 30 years of Morehead’s human capital research along with work done by leading social scientists to share both the empirical basis and practical application of employee commitment.
Robin Sanders, M.A., Morehead’s vice president of business development, will present the case for workforce commitment and the best practices in measuring and ultimately, promoting it.
Extensive research shows a strong link between high commitment among employees and organizations’ key business outcomes. Unlike typical broad-based employee opinion surveys, Morehead’s approach adds significant value by involving executives in shaping the survey goals and driving responses based on the results. Survey results are aligned to existing performance improvement schedules and are compared to relevant peer groups. Managers also have easy-to-use reports and planning tools to implement change.
Presentation attendees will learn:
1. The major components of Morehead’s Workforce Commitment Survey and how it can be customized to meet an organization's specific needs
2. Best practices in survey administration and survey reporting
3. Key post-survey manager tools
4. The value of highly segmented national norms
5. New ways employee opinion data can be used to drive results
"Commitment is often considered one of those fuzzy HR concepts that can’t be quantified," said Sanders. "We’re able to illustrate the attitudinal and behavioral factors that determine commitment, and to define HR metrics that are critical to any organization's performance."
Morehead’s Workforce Commitment Survey links employee commitment to business strategy and key outcomes. Resulting metrics enable organizations to shape human capital initiatives, prioritize systemic change, and inform work unit interventions.
The free Webcast will demonstrate how a framework founded on Workforce Commitment enables organizations to select and shape human capital initiatives. To sign up for the Webcast, go to http://moreheadassociates.com/events/contents_event20.htm.
Morehead conducts predictive human capital research that enables organizations to select and shape human capital initiatives, prioritize systemic change, and inform work unit interventions. Through its formalized feedback and analytic systems, Morehead identifies the most powerful attitudinal and behavioral factors that empirically drive an organization’s performance, thus reducing uncertainty and enabling good decisions about people. Morehead’s clients include healthcare providers, financial institutions, government agencies, universities, service providers, and manufacturers. For more information, visit http://www.moreheadassociates.com.
Ronald J. Bowker
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