The Engagement Rebel Workshop with Debra Corey
The old way of treating people at work has failed. Only 30% of employees globally are engaged in their jobs, and, in this fast-paced world, that’s just not enough. The world’s most successful companies have been quietly doing things differently for two decades. Over that time, they’ve generated stock market returns of twice the norm and they’ve had half the employee turnover of their peers. Their staff innovate more, deliver better customer service, and beat the competition. They break the rules of traditional HR. They rebel against the status quo.
This workshop will give attendees a deep dive into The Engagement Bridge™ and the employee engagement strategies used by the world’s leading organizations. It will be held in two sessions. The first from 9:00 to 12:00, the second from 14:00 to 17:00.
What to expect
At this workshop, you'll discover the impact of an engaged workforce can have at your company; learn how to be an engagement ‘Rebel,’ challenging the status quo, and helping you stand out as a great place to work; hear real-life stories of what rebels have done around the world in a variety of engagement areas; get tips to help you go back and immediately make a difference at your company.
Debra Corey is a highly experienced and award-winning HR leader, two-time author, and world-class speaker. She’s had a varied and exciting career over the last 20+ years, working for global companies such as Gap Inc., Honeywell, Merlin Entertainments, and Reward Gateway to name a few, where she’s developed and delivered HR strategies in a rebellious way, pushing the boundaries, and challenging the status quo to truly drive employee engagement.
In recent years, Debra’s moved into what she calls the “pay it forward” part of her career, which involves writing best-selling books and speaking and teaching across the world, sharing her knowledge and expertise.
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