Mark Your Calendar: Tools of Employee Engagement Workshops

There are many key influencers of employee engagement, including motivation, trust, cooperation and loyalty. When staff are not engaged, quality customer care and financial performance, as well as other measure of performance and success, decline or remain stagnant. HR Solutions Inc., this fall, is hosting workshops across the nation aimed at helping organizations increase employee engagement and bring about positive change in the workplace.


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The Tools of Employee Engagement workshops offer presidents and chief executive officers (CEOs); vice presidents and senior vice presidents of human resources (HR); and directors and managers of HR the opportunity to learn what characteristics are demonstrated by engaged employees, as well as how those characteristics and employees impact the bottom line. Key drivers and best practices will also be shared.

Attendees will:

  • Discover the key factors to measure, obtain, and sustain employee engagement,
  • Identify and describe successful employee communication strategies.
  • Learn about the linkage between employee engagement and strategic organizational goals and objectives.
  • Learn proven Best Practices on building a culture of true engagement.

Workshops dates include:

  • Chicago, Ill., on September 1
  • Denver, Colo., on September 6
  • San Diego, Calif., on September 25
  • San Francisco, Calif., on September 26
  • Voorhees, New Jersey, on October 2
  • Boston, Mass., on October 3
  • St. Louis, Missouri, on October 19
  • Dallas, Texas, on October 24
  • Houston, Texas, on October 25
  • Atlanta, Georgia, on November 7 and
  • Tampa, Fla., on November 8.

Cost is $225 if registered 15 days prior to the event and $295 thereafter. Seating is limited and reservations are encouraged. To register or learn more visit

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