Weds., March 29, 2017
10:00 a.m. PDT /
1:00 p.m. EDT
March 29, 2017, 10:00 a.m. PDT / 1:00 p.m. EDT
What could you do with an extra $100,000 of annual operating income?
That's how much Best Buy found out they earned for every 0.1% increase in one particular store's employee engagement (1). In other words, it doesn't take much to see dramatic results when you choose to make employee engagement a priority.
While your results will differ from Best Buy's, several studies have shown a direct link between high employee engagement and greater revenue and profits. Despite this connection, most companies continue to fall short with their engagement efforts. In fact, Bain and Company reported that engagement declines at the lower levels of organizations, and is lowest with employees who interact with customers every day - the sales and service teams.
Make Employee Engagement Work for You
As Best Buy has shown, there is great upside potential for even small gains in employee engagement. Isn't it worth an hour of your time to learn about realistic, high-impact actions that can help you drive results?
Here's what we'll cover in this webinar:
All of this is available for a nominal investment that you will quickly earn back in more effective leader performance and employee engagement. Register now for this opportunity to drive better business results. Questions? Contact Lisa.
(1) "Competing on Talent Analytics," Harvard Business Review, Davenport, Harris, and Shapiro