Employee engagement is transforming into an integrated measure of businesses operations, offering HR leaders a refreshingly new opportunity to secure the delivery of critical outcomes in close collaboration with business leaders.
One of the most used, or misused, soft data concepts in business is employee engagement. Employee engagement has traditionally been operationalized as annual employee surveys with rigid follow-up cycles that both managers and employees find frustrating and see very little value in. The Internet of People, emanating from the importance of soft data, will change this. Engagement is transforming into an integrated measure of how businesses operate, offering human resource leaders a refreshingly new opportunity to secure the delivery of critical outcomes in close collaboration with business leaders. In fact, the most innovative and forward-looking businesses have already embarked on this journey.
Based on recent research, theory, and proven use cases, this webinar will elaborate on and discuss how human resource departments can own this rethinking of employee engagement and use it to fundamentally transform their role from being a cost center into a strategic business partner. One that is critical to achieving short-term goals and objectives and securing long-term sustainability, competitive advantage, and survival.
Hosted by HR People + Strategy, SHRM’s Executive Network.