Tuesday, April 14 | 1:00 p.m. CT
Employee engagement has demonstrable impacts on overall employee performance and patient care. HR’s role is to increase organizational effectiveness by aligning engagement initiatives with organizational goals and culture. This webinar will examine a broad range of employee engagement initiatives which have proven to drive performance. You’ll learn techniques to create employee engagement metrics and tie them to operational performance measures including quality, safety, patient satisfaction, profitability and more. We’ll include a case study showing how a 23,000-employee, hospital-based organization employing specialty physicians and allied health professionals created a culture of engagement and saw positive business benefits as a result. Learn how the CHRO could confidently assert, “The practices with the most engaged leaders are the best performing practices in the organization.” Explore this opportunity to demonstrate how you can leverage employee engagement to drive stronger organizational results.
- Design an engagement program with practical tools to measure and improve employee engagement.
- Develop a system to tie engagement metrics to health care operations metrics such as safety and patient satisfaction.
- Create a program to increase employee engagement and retention with Best-in-Class employee engagement processes during hiring, onboarding, training and throughout the employee lifecycle.
Chief Executive Officer, TalentKeepers
Chris has over 30 years of experience in the human resources sector, the majority of which has been in the employee engagement, selection, assessment and retention arena. Chris co-founded TalentKeepers in 2000. Prior to co-founding TalentKeepers, Chris was the Vice President of Business Development for AlignMark, a division of Thomson Reuters. Chris is a member of the American Psychological Society and an Associate Member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the Florida State University, and a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Central Florida.
1.5 CHHR, 1.5 SHRM, 1.5 HRCI
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