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Passion at Work: Igniting Your Team's Brilliance

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Passion at Work: Igniting Your Team's Brilliance
Date:
May 9, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
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Description
According to Gallup, 80% of people are unhappy in their work. That means that only 20% of us are happy and fulfilled in the work that we’re doing. What a waste of human talent, energy, and skill! Not to mention the financial costs to the organization related to stress, poor health, and turnover. In this era of global competition, organizations need each person functioning at his or her optimal level to create synergy and leverage the collective intelligence of the group to address market challenges.

This session is an introduction to The Passion Test for Business, a new approach to employee engagement that helps leaders and team members:
1) Get clear on their unique value contribution in the market and what's most meaningful for them in the work they do
2) Get on the same page together in creating a much more inclusive and rewarding work environment for both individual and organizational sustainability

When all team members are clear about what matters most for the organization to deliver its unique contribution to its customers; and managers and their staff are clear on what drives individual behavior, the team’s brilliance emerges in the form of innovation, creative problem solving, team cohesiveness, high energy, enhanced morale, and competitive advantage for the organization.

In this session, we'll look at the research on employee engagement and how it impacts the bottom line; and then explore an exciting alternative to traditional levers to boost employee performance and satisfaction. You'll learn how passion at work is the critical differentiator for success in business today.
Who Should Participate
* Human Resources professionals particularly interested in employee engagement, talent management, executive development / leadership, employee health / wellness, organizational effectiveness, total rewards, organizational culture * business leaders / owners
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Recommended Resources
The Value of Happiness: How Employee Well-Being Drives Profits Harvard Business Review (January 2012) http://hbr.org/magazine The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor
Categories
Benefits
Compensation
Training and Development
Leadership
Organizational Development
Workforce Planning and Analytics
High Performing Teams
Organizational Diagnosis
Measurement of Culture and Climate
Job Design/Telework
Employee Satisfaction/Engagement
Diversity
Creativity and Innovation
Communication Programs
Change Management
Career and Succession Planning
Global Leadership
Leadership Philosophies
Career Management
Corporate Culture
Trends
Leadership Retention
Vision, Values and Mission
Leading Others
Leading Change
Leading Self
Stress
Flexibility/Adaptability
WorkLife Balance
Leadership Training and Development
Train Your Leaders
Medical Benefits
Topical Health Issues
Work-Life Programs and Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
Healthcare/Wellness
Employee Wellness
Rewards and Recognition
Integrated Talent Management
Community Groups
Surveys Organization
What You Will Learn
* Define passion and why it's important in the workplace * Review metrics on the impact of employee engagement to the bottom line * Explore a new approach to employee engagement which leverages intrinsic motivation
Sponsored by
Synergy at Work, Inc.
Synergy at Work, Inc.
Synergy at Work specializes in an integrated, whole-person approach to Employee Engagement which emphasizes Employee Health and Well-being as a cornerstone of company culture.
Presented by
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Lisa Jing
Synergy at Work, Inc.

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Santa Clara University
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ZF Group (Worldwide)
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Wolters Kluwer
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CENTURY 21 ProLink
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Northampton Community College
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CFE Management Group, LLC
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Zhejiang Senhe Seed Company
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Columbia Distributing
4 / 5
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Lumber Liquidators
3 / 5
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GENUINE PARTS CO
4 / 5
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ADP, LLC
3 / 5
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Image of Karene S. Cardona-Dueño Karene S. Cardona-Dueño
Columbia Centro Universitario
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Miami Dade County
4 / 5
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HR Solutions for Success
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Image of Barbara Atkins Barbara Atkins
Iron Mountain Inc.
Great information. 5 / 5
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Image of Nancy Menditto Nancy Menditto
PackSmart, Inc.
"I didn't feel the speaker was confidently prepared. I thought she elaborated needlessly on ""passion"". I get it but most of it is so intangible. I didn't come away with any thoughts to really ""ignite"" my team." 2 / 5
Poor Presentation
Image of Elaine Pedersen Elaine Pedersen
Optometric Services Inc
I unfortunately was late joining this presentation. Is a copy of the slides available? thanks
Image of Mollie Grady Mollie Grady
Food Services of America, Corporate
I would have liked more time spent on actual implementation practices. I think a lot of HR professionals are already aware of how engaged employees have a positive impact on business. It would have been more helpful to discuss ways to accomplish this which was addressed more during the Q&A at the end. 3 / 5
Good Presentation
Image of Karen Debus Karen Debus
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
More statistical information and more information on processes would have been more attractive to me. 2 / 5
Poor Presentation
Image of Kimberly VanHeel Kimberly VanHeel
Zale Corporation
Thank you for the opportunity to learn! 3 / 5
Good Presentation
Image of Lori Lewis Lori Lewis
Colgate-Palmolive Company
the slides were behind the presentation so it was a bit hard to follow 3 / 5
Good Presentation
Image of Hope Tauch Hope Tauch
Development Dimensions International (DDI)
Too much time spent describing what passion is and giving background rather than focusing on what new approaches to take. The latter appeared to be the focus of the webinar description. 2 / 5
Poor Presentation
Image of Velisa Gogins Velisa Gogins
Tribune Company
Very interesting approach to the discussion of employment engagement... The problem with the slides freezing was distracting but I thought the facilitator did a good job of alerting the speaker of the problem 3 / 5
Good Presentation

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