Driving Employee Engagement Across the Generations
Engaging a Multigenerational Workforce
As an Employee Engagement keynote speaker and a generational expert, Karen McCullough understands how to unlock the key drivers of employee engagement through creating a culture of connections, trust, purpose, recognition, and opportunities for growth.
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Your Organization Can't Afford to Lose It's Top Talent.
The truth is poor employee engagement has the potential to significantly impact employee turnover, absenteeism, productivity, and overall growth of your organization. but engagement is also a key link to customer satisfaction and your employer brand. Guiding leaders in their efforts to shape elevated employee engagement has never mattered more.
As our societal values continue to shift for Millennials and Gen Z new workplace expectations emerge.
Employee Engagement is Not One-Size-Fits-All.
You need an Employee Engagement keynote speaker that know effective engagement requires understanding each of your employees to find out what stimulates them in order to make the right workplace changes.
Key learning objectives of Karen's program, Driving Employee Engagement Across the Generations, include:
The Engagement Gap: Driving Employee Engagement Across the Generations
Today Gallop Research shares that employee engagement is at an all-time low. Employee engagement affects employee retention, productivity, and loyalty and is key to customer satisfaction and your bottom line.
It’s time to raise employee engagement by building a culture where people feel connected, protected, and respected by people from all generations.
Southern Region Representative
National Association of Chemical Distributors
“Karen was a lively and energetic speaker. Her infectious energy kept the entire room engaged throughout the presentation. Her thoughtful insights about different generations' views on work and engagement left attendees with actionable takeaways to create a more inclusive office.”