Leveraging 2020 Employee Engagement Trends for a Competitive Advantage
About the webinar:
A startling 73% of employees are currently open to a new career opportunity. What other workforce concerns might you be missing?
Learn these potential gaps with Kevin Kruse, CEO of LeadX, and Santiago Jaramillo, CEO of Emplify. They’ll shed light on this year’s latest engagement trends and how you can leverage these insights for a competitive advantage.
The difference between satisfaction and engagement and identify which elements of your strategy are perks and nice-to-haves and which ones impact business outcomes.
How to transform the HR role from an administrative function to strategic people operations.
Ways in which you can decrease burnout, increase retention, and create more cultural alignment.
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Kevin Kruse CEO and Founder, LEADx
As Founder and CEO of LEADx, Kevin Kruse is on a mission to spark the next 100 million leaders by democratizing leadership coaching. He launched LEADx Coach Amanda, an AI-powered leadership coach, so organizations could easily scale and sustain leadership development and employee engagement efforts.
Kevin is also a New York Times bestselling author of nine books including Employee Engagement 2.0, Great Leaders Have No Rules and 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management.
Santiago Jaramillo CEO and Co-founder, Emplify
Santiago Jaramillo is a nationally recognized expert on employee engagement and the co-founder and CEO of Emplify, an employee engagement measurement software company.
In 2013, Santiago was named to Inc. Magazine’s 30 Under 30 “World’s Coolest Entrepreneurs” and has been invited to the White House for his entrepreneurial contributions. He also co-authored the book “Agile Engagement: How to Drive Lasting Results by Cultivating a Flexible, Responsive, and Collaborative Culture,” a simple, authoritative guide that helps business leaders craft culture strategies, drive employee engagement, and objectively measure culture success.