More Great Days at Work - Employee Engagement: Why It Matters and How You Can Help
What does it mean to have a great day at work and does it really matter? If employees are contributing and getting paid, isn’t everything in appropriate balance? This session will challenge the notion that merely contributing is enough. If you truly want an organization to succeed, helping your employees have more “great days at work” is key.
As a leader in the area of Employee Engagement and authors of the book The Engagement Equation, BlessingWhite (represented by our speaker Scott Mason, Executive Director of Client Services for BlessingWhite, Inc) will define, discuss, and share research and best practices in employee engagement.
Participants in this session will understand:
- Key Drivers of Engagement
- How to influence employee engagement
- The Role HR, Learning, and Talent Development professionals play in influencing engagement
5:30pm-6:30pm - New and Prospective Member Orientation (attendance is optional)
6:00pm - Registration
6:30pm - Dinner will be served
7:00pm-8:00pm - Presentation
Register today and you will be entered to win a prize at the Event on Wednesday, March 18th! Please note you must be present to win.
About The Speaker:
Scott Mason has worked for over twenty years in the field of leadership development, talent development and corporate consulting. Scott is an Executive Director of Client Services for BlessingWhite, Inc., an international training and consulting firm specializing in leadership and employee development. In this role Scott works with clients as a coach, facilitator, consultant and thought leader in personal and professional development, employee engagement and talent management.
Prior to BlessingWhite, Scott worked at Prudential Insurance Company, and Atlantic Mutual Companies in various line of business and corporate training and development functions. Scott is a graduate of Montclair State University with a Master’s of Arts degree in adult education and training and a graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. In addition, Scott has been a featured speaker on leadership development and coaching at ASTD, NJ Organizational Development (NJOD), SHRM, Society of Pharmaceutical and Biotech Trainers (SPBT) and others.
Over the years Scott has worked with some of the worlds leading organizations such as ARI, BMS, Broadridge, Brother International, Canon, Chubb, Colgate, Crum & Forster, Daiichi Sankyo, Eisai, Ethicon, Havas Health, J&J, Long Island Railroad, Medco, Munich Reinsurance America, New Jersey Manufacturers, Novartis, Prudential, PSEG, Selective Insurance, Sun Trust, Teva, and Weichert to develop their human capital.
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