Strategic HR Starts With an Employee Engagement Survey

Monday, August 13, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sarah Johnson, Vice President, Enterprise Surveys and Analytics, Perceptyx

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Senior leaders live in a world of facts and data. HR organizations that have become true strategic partners with leaders have learned to speak this language, and use analytics to drive data-based recommendations and decisions about people. There are many sources of data about employees, from hiring statistics to benefits utilization, diversity representation, attrition, and job performance, to name a few. Many organizations have an untapped data resource that can provide insights about critical employee groups, organization initiatives, and potential barriers to success. Employee engagement surveys, when thoughtfully designed and implemented, can provide a wide range of valuable insights to HR and leaders. Join us to learn how to transform your engagement survey into the engine for an HR analytics strategy.


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Sarah  Johnson
Sarah Johnson

Vice President, Enterprise Surveys and Analytics, Perceptyx

Dr. Sarah Johnson is the vice president for Enterprise Surveys and Analytics at Perceptyx. Sarah has more than three decades of experience in her field. She specializes in employee engagement, organizational development and effectiveness, and survey data analysis, advising senior leaders at Fortune 500 firms globally. Sarah works with clients around the world, from Denmark to Brazil, and across every industry vertical.

Sarah received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Purdue University, and holds a master of arts degree and PhD in industrial organizational psychology from Ohio State University. Prior to joining Perceptyx, Sarah was the global practice leader of CEB’s employee survey practice. Sarah has also worked as an internal consultant, leading the global organizational survey programs at Eastman Kodak and IBM, and held a number of HR positions at IBM that gave her experience in employee relations, compensation, and resource planning. Sarah began her professional career at Procter & Gamble. She is the cofounder and first chairperson of the Information Technology Survey Group (ITSG) and was a member of the board of Mayflower Group.

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