HR Executive Roundtable
Details of the Event
Date: Wednesday, 22 July 2015
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (continential breakfast at 7:45 a.m.)
Venue: WIll be sent to attendees in private email– Woodbridge, NJ Area
Benefits of Attending
- Engage with other HR professionals in a live, interactive discussion and learn from their experience.
- Stay up-to-date on current HR related topics, trends and issues.
- Gain cross-industry knowledge on best practices, pitfalls and challenges.
- Expand your network.
- Access Jennifer’s expertise on HR, organization development, engagement, and leadership strategies.
This session is an invitation-only event exclusively for senior HR leaders. If you have an HR colleague who is a senior executive that you would like on the invitation list, nominate them to attend this session by sending an email to Jennifer@PassionateLeaderInstitute.com with their full name, email, title, and organization name.
The roundtable discussion will be led and facilitated by Jennifer L. Smith - renowned thought leader, speaker and Executive Leadership Coach. As one of the nation’s experts on maximizing leadership potential, Jennifer is the founder of the Passionate Leader Institute (PLI). PLI helps leaders discover or reignite their passion and companies create a culture where passionate leaders thrive and achieve high levels of productivity.
A former senior leader working for companies such as General Electric, Munich Re America, and Panasonic she led teams delivering leadership development, succession planning, performance management, employee engagement, compensation and high potential programs while managing million dollar budgets.
Her firm consults with Fortune 500 Companies and human resource departments on leadership topics such as executive team development, social and emotional intelligence, succession planning, employee engagement, communication, influence and high potential development while offering unique insights from her experiences coaching hundreds and training thousands of leaders around the world.
Jennifer is a Certified Professional Coach and credentialed by the International Coach Federation. Driven by a dedication to stay current on leadership, she is the President of the New Jersey Charter Chapter of the International Coach Federation. As a pioneering woman in the world of leadership, she is a mentor for a woman’s high potential program.
In today's increasingly diverse, global, competitive business world, employee engagement continues to be a challenge for organizations and HR Executives. With thousands and sometimes millions of dollars spent on programs, the search for the best strategy still continues.
Why is this so important? The Gallup survey results indicate that:
Only 31.5% of U.S. employees engaged in 2014
Younger employees are least engaged – millennials
Actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. between $450 billion to $550 billion each year in lost productivity
Boosting the engagement of your least engaged employees is critical given the war on talent and expense associated with lost productivity. Below is a sampling of questions that will be discussed during this roundtable:
What are tangible ways in which employee engagement efforts can drive a competitive advantage?
What employee engagement efforts are leaders integrating into their core business strategies?
What can be done to increase the engagement of millennials and the least engaged employees?
With five generations in the workplace, which engagement strategies are best for each generation?
What role can HR play to boost the engagement of employees going forward?