Learning to Listen: How to Harness People Data to Drive Employee Engagement

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Zach Pendleton, VP of Engagement Strategy, Instructure

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Though the number of organizations using engagement tools to survey and respond to employee engagement issues has increased, Forbes reports only 22 percent of them see their investment result in higher engagement. 

Learn how to avoid band-aid solutions, better listen to employee feedback, and leverage best practices for measuring engagement and sentiment to achieve better engaged employees and managers and positive business outcomes.

In this webcast, you will:

  • Discover how to guide senior leadership to work with your people to build attractive cultures.
  • Learn to avoid common pitfalls in engagement tools and reacting to feedback.
  • Explore how to connect your development programs for increased engagement.


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Zach Pendleton
Zach Pendleton

VP of Engagement Strategy, Instructure

Zach Pendleton is a product innovation and engineering leader at Instructure, a maker of leading education and people development software. His current focus and passion is in improving how employee engagement data can be used to create better organizations. Although a software engineer by trade, Zach is passionate about solving people problems using technology, and has found some of his greatest career satisfaction working with HR and L&D professionals to design products that solve the issues that keep them up at night.

Before Instructure, Zach worked with brands like Visa and Dog the Bounty Hunter (yes, really!) to develop products that improved customer engagement and simplified existing workflows. 

When he isn't at work you can usually find him trying a new restaurant. His other passions include finding better ways to work, hip hop, and Ernest Hemingway.