Happy employees make productive employees. HR managers are now finding that compensation and benefits alone cannot keep employees happy; they also need nurturing through proper training and development. Join the BrightTALK talent management community to learn how to engage and retain your best talent by providing them with the tools and rewards they need to enhance their performance and reach their potential.
A great job isn’t just about the paycheck – most people want to feel like they’re contributing to the greater good of the company. Organisations like Google and Facebook are paving the way for unique core cultures that others now have to compete with to retain staff.
Few organisations flesh out a long-term plan for company growth and culture but perhaps now is the time to start. Employees are favouring companies with a positive core culture over pay and benefits, so join this summit to learn more about how your company can become one people are fighting to get hired for.
Many companies are losing the battle with employee retention and one of those factors is an unclear career development plan. Studies show that when an employee is dissatisfied with their current career path they have a higher propensity to look for work elsewhere. Employers must offer a culture and system that creates opportunity for growth. Join this summit to learn how companies can create a career development plan to help retain and attract top talent.
Workplace health and wellness programs are aimed at improving the health of employees. Many companies are now implementing programs that focus on encouraging preventive health measures. This includes increasing physical activity and improving dietary habits. Are you doing enough to make sure that your workforce is healthy and active? In this summit we will learn why it’s important to promote wellness in the workplace and how to implement effective programs even if you don’t have the resources to do so.
There is a clear distinction between leading and managing even though these two terms are sometimes used interchangeably. Management involves controlling a group of employees to accomplish a task or goal. Leadership entails influencing and motivating a group to achieve long-term goals. Leaders set the goals and expectations and challenge the status quo, while managers follow existing principles and keep the status quo. In this summit you will learn why it’s important to differentiate between leaders and managers and how it can positively affect an organization.
In order to improve productivity and performance, organizations must rely on a series of factors. Systems must be put in place and have structure and process that enables employees to grow and adapt. Measuring what truly matters is very important when it comes to assessing the value of any investment towards improving productivity.
Performance management is more than just the typical annual review, it’s the process of ongoing communication between a supervisor and an employee that takes place all throughout the year. Traditionally performance management was developed from an operational perspective but many companies are now placing a greater emphasis on employee engagement. Join this summit to learn from industry leaders on how to set objectives, assess employee progression, and help employees attain career goals.