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    Employee Engagement: Moving Past the Corporate Catch Phrase

    Date: August 15, 2013, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    South King County HR Association
    Location:
    The comfort of your own desk!
    Price:
    SKCHRA Chapter Members - $No Charge, Non-Chapter Members $10.00
    Event Type:
    Webinar
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    Competition for both loyal employees and customers has never been greater than it is today.  Companies face constant pressures from a global economy, new and current competitors, innovation, economic downturns, evolving customer demands and many other external factors.

    Engaged employees believe in the organization, stay during good and bad times, promote the organization’s products and services, and have direct impact on their organization’s competitive advantage and financial success.

    This program will provide information, insight, and advice about practical steps you can take immediately to increase the level of engagement of your workforce.

    In this 1-hour webinar, key learning objectives include:

    • Articulating how Employee Engagement optimizes business performance
    • Understanding how to create an environment which allows for employees to be engaged
    • Development strategies for intentional engagement
    • How to maintain organizational commitment and focus toward engagement

    About the Presenter:

    Pam Gibbons is the owner of GHR Leadership Development.  She worked in corporate Human Resources for 25 years, successfully leading her companies’ efforts in several key areas, including employee relations, leadership coaching, hiring and retention, performance management, training, and employee engagement, in addition to a broad range of legal and compliance initiatives.

    Pam holds a Bachelor of Hotel and Restaurant Management degree with an Accounting minor from Washington State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Pacific Lutheran University. She is active in several community and professional organizations.  Her MBA combined with her professional Human Resources certification (SPHR) have afforded her unique insight into both the people side of business as well as the financial bottom line.