Employee Engagement: The First Pillar of Retention

SHRM 2013 Talent Management Conference
Employee Engagement: The First Pillar of Retention
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Workplace Application: You will learn how to recognize the actively engaged employee who is seeking other career opportunities, and how to structure coaching sessions with managers that will specifically cater to the needs of this unique group, to retain your top talent.

Employee engagement continues to be a critical concern for organizations that survived the economic downturn and now look to growth patterns. One of the unintended outcomes of that effort was the broadening and sharpening of the skills of those who held onto their positions while taking on more responsibilities. As they seek to become “free agents,” a skills gap will enlarge, which will reduce your organization’s competitive growth. These actively engaged employees pose a unique problem for retention. You will learn strategies to retain and sustain these top employees to ensure that your organization remains competitive.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, April 15, 2013 - 1:30pm to 2:45pm
Presenter: 

Lee Elliot Meadows

Lee Elliot
Meadows

Dr. Meadows joined Walsh College in 2001, teaching online and on-ground management and MBA courses. In addition, Dr. Meadows is a keynote speaker, training and development consultant, and motivational speaker for corpo­rate and community groups and professional associations.

In 2006, Dr. Meadows published “Take the Lull by the Horns: Closing the Leadership Gap”. He is also the author of numerous articles on leadership, management, diversity, career paths and projections and education.

Meadows' has over 30 years of teaching, working, and consulting, in the field of leadership and management. Dr. Meadows has worked within the consulting and corporate environments at A.T. Kearney, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, General Motors, and Con-Way Transportation Services. His academic background includes chair of the management department at Davenport University in Dearborn; Assistant Professor of Management at Western Michigan University, and an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at Lansing Community College.

Location: 
Mariners
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Competency: 
Consultation
Relationship Management
Intended Audience: 
Mid-Level
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