Creating a clear line of sight between corporate values and the actions of employees is critical to success today
CHICAGO (PRWEB) June 23, 2008
As a part of the conference, Communitelligence has launched the Innovating Employee Engagement 08 Survey to help all organizations better understand the key issues and adoption of employee engagement strategies among organizations. Internal communications, HR and business leaders are encouraged to take the brief online survey now live.
The conference includes tracks on understanding, energizing, measuring and the future of employee engagement.
"Put a happy and engaged employee in a bad system and the system will win every time," says Rick Garlick, Director of Consulting and Strategic Implementation at Maritz Research, and Day 1 presenter.
"Employee engagement occurs when employees treat their job or function as if it was their own company," said Julie Baron, Communication Works consultant and Day 1 panel moderator.
"Creating a clear line of sight between corporate values and the actions of employees is critical to success today," says Bridget Glavaz, consultant and former VP of Communications, ServiceMaster and Day 2 panel moderator.
Maril MacDonald, CEO, Gagen MacDonald and President of the Arthur W. Page Society, will present a Day One keynote titled The New Employee Engagement Agenda and Becoming an Architect of Change. The conference will also include attendee roundtable brainstorming on 12 key employee engagement topics determined by attendees and the conference online survey.
Other conference presenters include:
Gary Ross, CDW Jerry Hamalaj, Citigroup; Kristina Patrick, H&R Block Ann Adams, former VP of Internal Communications at Motorola Al Comeaux, Sabre Holdings; Peter Debreceny, former VP of Corporate Relations with Allstate Insurance The Communitelligence Learning Academy produces conferences, workshops, How-to Web seminars and Learning CDs on emerging business communication trends and skills.