Business Buzz of Serious Business?
In today’s hyper-competitive business environment, organizations need to get both the most and the best out of their people. To do this, most organizations go through the time consuming—and costly exercise of setting work objectives and conducting performance reviews to ensure the most favourable performance results for their firm. But this is proving to be insufficient!
In adopting traditional staff development models, leaders today are foregoing a key component of competitive advantage i.e. a corporate culture built on high levels of personal commitment and trust, and shared by every person throughout the organization.
Employee Engagement is the key ingredient for the masterful execution of an organization’s strategy and critical to attracting and retaining key talent. The problem is that it’s easy for busy leaders to fall into a number of traps which make employee engagement difficult – if not impossible – to achieve. Employee engagement is much more than simple talent recruitment and retention.
Because of the crucial link between employee engagement and business success, today’s leaders need to become highly skilled in deploying this essential business tool and learn how to conquer the barriers that get in their way.
In this presentation, Dr. Bart will show you how to take action to create an environment in which people willingly give the essential and discretionary “extra effort” that signifies high levels of Employee Engagement and ultimately impacts an organization's success.
It’s your move.Ask Dr. Bart to speak to your organization
“From C-level to junior leaders, from large public sector managers to the principals of startup companies, the feedback during and after Dr. Bart's Keynote presentation could be summed up in one word: "WOW". It is worth noting that the topic was Mission Statements, admission was not free, and despite that, almost 200 registered to attend, exceeding the average attendance at these events by about 25%. I would recommend Dr. Bart if an energetic, knowledgeable and credible speaker is needed on the topic of employee engagement.”