Culture of Engagement: Why/How to build passionate and engaged teams

January 19, 2021
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM
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Culture of Engagement: Why/How to build passionate and engaged teams

Tuesday, January 19-5:30 PM
Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDC's and HRCI Credits 

Each of us began our careers from a passionate place. On our first day of work every one of us was excited, intrigued, and joyful. However, with such demanding roles, it easy for us to lose sight of our initial enthusiasm. Recent Gallup Poll Studies have estimated that on average, only 30% of an organization’s staff are truly engaged in their work. This correlates to 70% of people at any given organization being disengaged. The question becomes: How can we can find a way to reignite our passion and recommit to our roles in the organization? If we can, then we can create environments that cultivate engagement, reduce turnover, and increase overall workplace satisfaction. In this session learn how to become a positive catalyst, collaborate enthusiastically, and build a peerless culture of authentic engagement that inspires the team you work with.

Speaker: 

Joshua M. Evans truly believes that for any organization to succeed they need to realize that engagement is the key to retention and growth. With 15+ years of corporate and consulting experience, Joshua marries his expertise, knowledge, and passion to help people enjoy and re-engage in work again. He is a #1 best-selling author in Leadership/Management Training, a TEDx Programmer, an engagement specialist, and the leading expert on organizational culture.

Joshua has spoken all over the world to help associations and organizations rediscover deeper meaning and purpose in their work. His corporate clients include American Express, ExxonMobil, GE, Latham & Watkins, HP, Raytheon, and DHL. His insights have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, INC., LA Weekly, and many more.
Joshua is on a mission to help people rediscover fulfillment, purpose, and meaning in their professional careers.

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$25.00 GVFHRA Members

$45.00 Non-Member

$20.00 Students

$20.00 Students