7 Steps To Become an Engagement Role Model for Employees

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Wanda Piña-Ramírez and Norma Davila, Partner, The Human Factor Consulting Group

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Are You Practicing What You Preach?

Employee engagement is a very individual experience where "one size does not fit all."  As a manager—because you know each and every one of your employees—you play a major role in creating the conditions for your employees to choose to establish the relationships and connections to the business and its purpose known as engagement.

Are you engaged? Have you asked yourself how your employees become engaged? Do you ever think about your role as a manager in the engagement of your employees? Have you considered how effective you are as an engagement role model for your employees? If you are wondering about these questions, then this webcast is for you!  Remember that someone is always looking.

Join us to learn about:

  • 7 facts and myths about your role as an engagement role model.
  • 7 characteristics of an engagement role model.
  • 7 steps to become a more effective engagement role model for your employees.


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Wanda Piña-Ramírez
Wanda Piña-Ramírez

Wanda Pina-Ramirez is an enthusiastic advocate of selecting and developing talent for business success who has held various roles in industries such as hospitality, tourism, telecommunications, restaurants, petrochemicals, retail, waterworks, and government in the United States, the Caribbean, and Puerto Rico. Wanda received the Training and Development Professional Award of the Puerto Rico chapter of the American Society for Training & Development in 2011.

Norma Davila
Norma Davila

Partner, The Human Factor Consulting Group

Norma Davila has dedicated her career to developing others in industries as diverse as education, banking, technology, pharmaceuticals, retail, and utilities. She is a hands-on consultant in human resources and training who designs and implements change management, capacity building, and e-learning strategies. Norma is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).