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Presenters: Mark Hirschfeld, Vice President of Engagement Strategy and Amy Stern, Director of Employee Engagement Research, BI WORLDWIDE
March 2016 (available for on-demand viewing through July 2016)
Program length: 60 minutes
When it comes to managing a generation that's notorious for job-hopping and expecting instant gratification, it's hard not to second guess your proven engagement and retention strategies. Don't make the mistake of handing out participation trophies to everyone who shows up to work. In this program, Mark Hirschfeld and Amy Stern of BI WORLDWIDE will reveal five truths, half-truths and myths about what this generation expects from their employers and what's most likely to make them stick around longer, based on BI WORLDWIDE’s proprietary research into Millennial engagement.
About the Presenters: Mark Hirschfeld is Vice President of Engagement Strategy at BI WORLDWIDE. In that role, he provides thought leadership, analysis and strategies to clients to improve the results of their employee, sales and channel initiatives. He has studied and benchmarked outstanding, highly engaged sales organizations and is passionate about helping companies develop more engaged, productive places to work. Mr. Hirschfeld has written and lectured about employee engagement at “Best-Places-To-Work” events across the United States and is co-author of
Re-Engage: How America’s Best Places to Work Inspire Extra Effort in Extraordinary Times, published by McGraw-Hill.
Amy Stern is Director of Employee Engagement Research at BI WORLDWIDE. Her deep understanding of experimental psychology allows her to combine critical thinking and creativity to create custom research that uniquely solves clients’ business questions. She advises companies on how to create a happy workforce, identifying what is important to employees even if they cannot quite put a finger on it themselves. Her research has resulted in peer-reviewed publications, invited lectures, research awards and faculty positions at two universities.
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SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification from SHRM, and
PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification from the HR Certification Institute.
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