Archived Webcast: Reenergize Your Best Employees Before They Leave You

Photo of Mark Royal, author of Enemy of EngagementPhoto of Tom Agnew, author of The Enemy of Engagement

Our American Management Association New Media Team recently did a webcast with Mark Royal and Tom Agnew, authors of  The Enemy of Engagement: Put an End to Workplace Frustration–and Get the Most from Your Employees. Edward Reilly,Edward T. Reilly, President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Management Association and editor of AMA Business Boot Camp president and CEO of American Management Association and editor of AMA Business Boot Camp: Management and Leadership Fundamentals That Will See You Successfully Through Your Career joined them to discuss ways to keep top employees motivated. You can still register and listen to the archived webcast.

Reenergize Your Best Employees Before They Leave You
Jan 23, 2013
 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
 Complimentary
Meeting Number: 17799-00001
REGISTER HERE

Tools to excite and motivate your key employees

Some organizations have been taken over by a culture of negativity, and in others employees are feeling the years of recession and becoming less motivated and engaged in their work.

When the recession initially hit a few years ago, there was an outburst of energy with high-potential employees. Not only were organizations trying to keep things going with reduced staff, those passionate about their work and their organizations were trying to keep the vision and in some cases the organization itself, alive.

But the recession lasted longer than expected, and many of these workers feel tired, disheartened, and tempted to new positions elsewhere as the economy improves.

Attend this webcast and discover tips and tactics for reengaging your employees using time-tested tools and techniques from the best of AMA.

 
Click HERE to sign up for the AMA Webcast.

Jacket image, The Enemy of EngagementMark Royal is a Senior Consultant within Hay Group Insight, Hay Group’s employee research division.  He also plays a leading role in directing Hay Group’s annual research with Fortune magazine to identify the World’s Most Admired Companies and uncover the business practices that make these companies both highly regarded and highly successful.  Mark holds Ph.D. and MA degrees in sociology from Stanford University and a BA in sociology from Yale University.

Tom Agnew is also a Senior Consultant within Hay Group Insight.  Tom also plays a leading role in overseeing Hay Group Insight’s client advisory function, focused on helping clients translate insights from employee feedback into business results.  Tom holds a Ph.D. in Management and Organizational Culture from Vanderbilt University and MBA and B.Comm. in finance from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

jacket image, AMA Business Boot CampEdward T. Reilly is president and CEO of American Management Association, a leading global not-for-profit, membership-based management development, research and publishing organization. Reilly previously served as president and chief executive officer of Big Flower Holdings, Inc. Prior to that, he spent over 25 years in a variety of senior executive positions with the broadcast and book publishing groups of The McGraw-Hill Companies.

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