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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Employee Engagement

Studies increasingly identify employee engagement as the absolute #1 key to performance, productivity and profitability.

In preparation for this fun and fast-paced hour, Mark conducted an unprecedented set of interviews, surveys, research and analysis on literally every employee engagem
Studies increasingly identify employee engagement as the absolute #1 key to performance, productivity and profitability.

In preparation for this fun and fast-paced hour, Mark conducted an unprecedented set of interviews, surveys, research and analysis on literally every employee engagement resource in the history of the universe. The result is an information-packed presentation that will: give you all the latest engagement facts and figures; clarify what does and doesn't increase engagement; help you boost engagement at all levels of your organization; and provide a glimpse of the future of engagement.

By participating in this webinar, you will obtain everything you could ever possibly want to know about employee engagement, including:

-engagement essentials that every HR and business person should know;
-insights into how some of the world's best organizations approach engagement;
-an understanding of how engagement directly impacts the bottom line;
-tips for avoiding disengagement nightmares that can lead to increased turnover and lawsuits; and
-a suite of simple yet powerful tools that you can use to increase engagement right now

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