The Employee Engagement Equation: DecisionWise Webinar Defines New Rules for Measuring and Increasing Engagement

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The problem with most engagement survey processes is that organizations are actually measuring satisfaction levels, which produce little engagement. This webinar will define the three critical measurement components of employee engagement and how to use them to drive organization results.

In many organizations, engagement has devolved from a strategy to a survey, employees are tired of taking surveys that result in no change, and there is little return on investment from the process.

To register for this free live webinar, go to:
http://www.decwise.com/employee-engagement-equation-webinar.html

The problem with most engagement survey processes is that organizations are actually measuring satisfaction levels, which produce little engagement. Engagement should be measured at three levels:

  • Predictors of engagement
  • Outcomes of engagement, and
  • Inhibitors of engagement.

Understanding these components will allow organizations to make changes that increase performance, rather than "increase a number on a survey."

The Employee Engagement Equation webinar will describes how to identify levels of employee engagement by using an effective employee engagement assessment process. DecisionWise director of consulting services, Paul Warner, will outline how to develop, administer, interpret, follow up on, and implement more effective employee engagement surveys in an organization.

Answers will be provided to these common questions:

  • What is engagement (really)?
  • How can an organization increase engagement?
  • How can an organization get a better ROI from an engagement survey process?
  • What are other organizations doing that is working?
  • How can the effectiveness of an employee engagement process be measured?

Join DecisionWise Director of Consulting Services, Paul Warner, for a revealing discussion about the Employee Engagement Equation. Paul is a PhD candidate in dual Clinical and Industrial Psychology programs from the California School of Professional Psychology, Marshal Goldsmith School of Management and leads employee engagement initiatives with companies around the world.

Register for this free live webinar on: Thursday, July 9, 2009 at 12 noon ET

About DecisionWise - DecisionWise, Inc. is a management consulting firm specializing in leadership and organization development using assessments, feedback, coaching, and training. Our Leadership Intelligence® process leads to more effective working relationships, higher levels of employee engagement, and increased performance. We provide our consulting and survey services to organizations in over 30 countries, including many Fortune 500 companies, healthcare organizations, government organizations, and non-profits. Our mission is simple and straightforward: "To help people work more effectively by turning feedback into results." DecisionWise was founded in 1996 and is privately owned.

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