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Engagement Vs. Disengagement: What It Does to Your Company and How to Get Your Managers to Enhance Engagement

Tuesday, August 29, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Ike Bennion, Product Marketing Manager, Instructure

Studies show that 45 percent of employees are only partially engaged in their work and 26 percent are completely unplugged. Low engagement leads to low performance, which leads to less success for your organization. So, what is engagement anyway? And how do we get employees to truly engage? This webcast will show you the ramifications of engagement and disengagement and how everyone in your company can become truly engaged.

You will learn how to:

  • Identify individual employees who need to maximize engagement, and how to provide it to them.
  • Deputize managers in enhancing engagement.
  • Create strategies to help your company lead from the top and align executives to employee engagement efforts.
     

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Presenter

Ike Bennion
Ike Bennion

Product Marketing Manager, Instructure

Ike is a product marketing manager at Instructure, where he monitors market trends in buyer and competitor behavior in training and development. His research includes human capital development through training, and how it contributes to achieving business goals; and formative and summative assessments in learning. While at Instructure, he has successfully implemented and consulted the training departments of more than 150 companies of various sizes and verticals.

Before Instructure, Ike was a healthcare market strategy consultant specializing in population health management and accountable care. He studied economics at Utah State University.
 


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