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Creating a High Performance Culture

Topic:
Creating a High Performance Culture
Date:
April 25, 2013 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
John O'Brien, Vice President(Biworldwide)
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Description
Recognition is a powerful tool in helping employees become and remain engaged in their work. Employee engagement, as defined in a recent Towers Watson survey, “ is the extent to which employees “go the extra mile” and put discretionary effort into their work — contributing more of their energy, creativity and passion on the job.”

Learn how companies can create a high performance culture with employees around the world using recognition as a strategic engagement tool.

Attendees will learn a global recognition model to engage employees, best practice standards for recognition design, global recognition case studies and industry trends and best practices.

John O’Brien is the Vice President of BI WORLDWIDE’s Employee Performance Group. In his leadership role, John’s primary focus is to develop employee engagement strategies and solutions that change the behaviors of employees to align with our customers’ business objectives. John has worked at BI WORLDWIDE and the employee engagement industry for 27 years. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Recognition Professional International.

As a board member, John educates HR professionals around the world on how to best engage their employees through employee engagement strategies, solutions and best practices. John holds a Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Psychology and Communications from St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud Minnesota.

BI WORLDWIDE is a global provider of employee engagement programs and is devoted to helping organizations translate their vision into action to improve employee engagement. Headquartered in Edina, Minnesota and to with more than 25 locations in the U.S and worldwide, our mission is to produce measurable results for our clients by driving & sustaining engagement with their employees, channel partners & consumers. We are a founder of Recognition Professionals International and a recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
Who Should Participate
HR Professionals
What You Will Learn
Attendees who attend this important session will learn a global recognition model to engage employees, best practice standards for recognition design, global recognition case studies and industry trends and best practices.
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BI WORLDWIDE helps clients to create measurable, meaningful relationships with the audiences that matter most - their employees, channel partners and consumers.
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