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Addressing the Elephant in the Room: Are Managers Owning Employee Engagement?
December 17, 2020 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Communications Strategist, Author, Employee Engagement Expert
Progress Partners, LLC
You want to retain good people, engage employees, and produce value for the business. A culture that prioritizes people first allows employees to thrive along the path toward organizational success. Engaged team members, executing at their greatest, have the most impact on your business. Active involvement from managers in shaping the employee reality leads to desired universal perceptions. The heart of the employee experience starts with people. It is true: when employees have great interactions at work, it translates to satisfied customers and better results for the business.
1. How leaders at all levels can own their behavior to foster employee engagement, improved performance, and retention
2. The role of direct managers in employee engagement
3. Strategies and techniques to maximize productivity
More about Pam:
Pam Weston is a senior communications strategist, author and employee engagement expert who helps leaders engage teams to improve performance through communications, leadership messaging and executive counsel.
Pam is a trusted advisor to senior leaders with 20 years of experience leading high-level communications programs. She has worked with chief executive officers, company presidents and their teams, including Fortune 500 companies in the areas of employee engagement, community affairs, strategy alignment, charitable giving and communications management.
In January 2019 she published her first book, “Executive Briefing: P.E.O.P.L.E. Goals” because she is passionate about helping managers foster productive relationships in the workplace. In Executive Briefing: P.E.O.P.L.E. Goals, Pam shares principles to help managers and business professionals build relationships and improve productivity by addressing the ‘Elephant in the Room,’ employee engagement. Communications practitioners will also find this guide useful as they partner with CEOs, senior executives and people leaders to incorporate best practices within organizations.
Pam serves on the Board of Directors for Saint Louis Crisis Nursery and the United Way of Greater St. Louis’ Women’s Leadership Society cabinet. She is also president of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. East St. Louis Alumnae Chapter. Pam holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations from Illinois State University. She also earned master’s degrees in Management and Leadership and Media Communications Management from Webster University as well as a Graduate Certificate in Change Leadership at Cornell University.
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