It’s said that people don’t leave companies—they leave managers. With that much pressure on your people leaders, it’s critical to make sure all levels of management have buy-in on your company’s engagement strategy. Without it, Gallup reports that management (whether good or bad) can result in a 70% variance in employee engagement scores across the business.
Join published author, Vistage Chair, and management consulting firm founder Mike Cook alongside Santiago Jaramillo, CEO and Co-Founder of Emplify for this on-demand webinar.
A former Human Resource professional for
Standard Oil of California, Mike now works
primarily with senior leaders and teams to
develop and implement communities of
collaborative performance. With his 30+ years of
consulting and coaching experience, operating in
a wide range of industries, Mike enjoys working
with diverse client teams at all levels to build
alignment and enable change that is sustainable
and strategic. His experience includes initiatives
in petroleum refining, telecommunications,
financial services, healthcare and insurance
systems. With a Masters Degree in Human
Resources and Labor Relations, Mike maintains
his connection with education as an adjunct
MBA professor at the University of Western
Washington near his home in Anacortes.
A nationally recognized expert and keynote speaker on employee engagement, Santiago Jaramillo is the co-author of Agile Engagement, an Amazon best-selling book that provides employers with a framework for measuring employee engagement and achieving unprecedented business value. As the Founder and CEO of Emplify, Santiago leads a team of engagement experts in their mission to provide more reliable employee engagement insights for better decision making. Santiago has spoken to and trained thousands of CEOs and HR leaders across small, mid-market, and Fortune 500 companies on the importance and business value of employee engagement. In 2013, Santiago was named to Inc. magazine’s “30 Under 30” list and was also invited to the White House for recognition of his entrepreneurial contributions through the Champions of Change program. Most recently, he was named to Indianapolis Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” list in 2015 as one of the youngest honorees in the program’s history and received the award for Indiana Latino Businessman of the Year in 2016.