How Smart Leaders Create Engaged Employees
NOTE: Register by November 17 to reserve a lunch.
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Are you a President, CEO, HR Director, L&D Professional, or Senior Team Leader that is interested in developing a productive engaged workforce that can positively impact the bottom line?
Join us and learn how you can increase productivity and reduce turnover by cultivating a workforce of engaged employees. Based on new groundbreaking research our speaker, Diana Lowe will show you three clusters of behavior that significantly impact engagement. Then within each cluster she will break down the individual actions you can take to develop enthusiastic, empowered, confident and inspired employees- the type of employees who care, who want to be a part of a success story and who will drive your organization to the top. You will learn:
- The Costs and Benefits of Employee Engagement
- What makes an Engaged Employee
- Actions You Can Take to Engage Your Workforce
Competencies for the Training & Development Profession:
- Integrated Talent Management
- Performance Improvement
Click here for more about ASTD's Competency Model.
About our speaker
Over the last decade Diana Lowe has worked and lived in London, Dublin, Melbourne and Tokyo. Along side her love of travel, Diana's mission is to help others achieve confidence through developing and improving upon their people and communication skills.
As Director of Training for Dale Carnegie of Austin, Diana internally focuses on developing Dale Carnegie's Trainer talent and quality. Her role also includes working with Directors, Executives and Business Owners to help them hone their message, communicate with clarity, and lead with inspiration. Some of her clients include Directors and Executives from Whole Foods, National Instrument, CLEAResult, VMware, Microsemi, and Solarwinds. Whether it is giving a formal presentation or an informal one-on-one, the result is lasting change.
Diana also works in partnership with the Austin Business Journal to provide quarterly Communication Seminars to Local Business Owners and Executives in the Austin and Greater Austin Area.
She is currently working on the Master Trainer Program through the Association for Talent Development.