|May 14, 2013|
|11:30 am||to||1:30 pm|
With social media all around us, how do organizations effectively engage and develop commitment with employees? Attend the May 14th luncheon to hear Paul M. Sanchez, ABC, Fellow, APR, talk about building a best-in-class employee engagement program. Paul, a market leader with over 25 years of experience, is principle consultant in charge at Buck Consultants offices in Southern California and Arizona. Buck Consultants is a global HR consulting firm that helps organizations develop, deploy, and manage their workforce.
A well-executed employee engagement strategy can dramatically impact the business by improving retention, performance, productivity and more. You’ll walk away with how to build a “best-in-class” employee engagement program including:
• Defining Employee Engagement
• Getting a Handle on Engagement (Measurement and the Drivers of Engagement)
• Stages of Employee Engagement
• Program Implications and more
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About Our Speaker, Paul Sanchez
Paul M. Sanchez, ABC, Fellow, APR, has more than 25 years of experience in human resources, management and communications and consulting. He has led practices in employee research, human capital consulting, communications, and worked with clients around the world in change management and mergers and acquisition work. Paul has served clients in three major global HR consulting firms, with clients in all sectors and in major business centers around the world. Clients include American Express, JP Morgan Chase, Verizon, Southwest Airlines, Barclays, Southern California Edison and more.
Prior to joining Buck, Paul founded and led a firm focusing on employee research and engagement for four years; before that he served as the global practice leader for employee research at one of the largest HR consultancies. Paul led the communications, education and change management practice based in New York and London, England, serving clients throughout Europe and the Middle East. Paul is an author of “Handbook of Organizational Change, Chapter Three, Organizational Culture,” and several articles on HR, employee branding and change management topics. Additionally, Paul served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Air Force.
Due to catering guarantees, no-shows will be billed. We will refund 100% of your registration fees if notice of cancellation is received by the Friday before the event.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
3300 Bristol St.
Costa Mesa, California 92626-1806