Beyond Engagement: Turning Your Employee Surveys into Strategic Weapons

Beyond Engagement: Turning Your Employee Surveys into Strategic Weapons

SHRM 2012 Annual Conference
Learn why engagement is only one piece of the talent optimization formula and how to use strategic surveys to provide powerful business information.
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If you're still doing an engagement survey, you're behind the times. Engagement is only one of the critical components of optimizing talent in your organization. Employees also need to be highly aligned with your brand, customers, and goals. And, they need the right capabilities to deliver your strategy. This session will address these issues and discuss how to make your survey more strategic. This critical tool provides evidence-based guidance for you and your CEO to critical business questions that go far beyond engagement!

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 - 7:00am to 8:15am
Presenter: 

William A. Schiemann, Ph.D.

William A.
Schiemann, Ph.D.

Bill Schiemann is founder and CEO of Metrus Group, specializing in performance measurement and organizational change. He has consulted extensively with corporations on the development and implementation of business and people strategies; HR measurement; strategic employee surveys and internal value assessments; and creating high performance cultures. He also founded the Metrus Institute, which supports research and publications, many in the human capital arena.  

Bill is a thought leader in the human resources field, having written scores of articles and six books in the human capital area, most recently the SHRM-published book, Hidden Drivers of Success:  Leveraging Employee Insights for Strategic Advantage (2013). 

He is the Past Chair of the SHRM Foundation Board of Directors and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the HR Certification Institute.  He has been named a Fellow and Scholar by the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 

Follow Bill on Twitter @wschiemann.

Location: 
B308
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
Business Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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