Coming up on February 13th!
Presentation: I-Engage: Your Paradigm Shift to Improve Engagement
Venue: Crowne Plaza Hotel - 2 Somerset Parkway, Nashua
11:30am Registration/Networking - 12:00pm Lunch/Presentation - 1:30pm Adjourn
**SPECIAL: Pre-Registered Guests of Members will be welcome at the Member rate for February and March.
**All Members that bring a guest in February or March will be entered into a bonus raffle for $100 Gift Card!!!!
Did you know that the latest research claims that only 32.5% of your employees are truly engaged? We think we know why. Most engagement efforts have focused on engaging the employee, and not the person. I-Engage is a holistic look at engaging the WHOLE person.
Why I-Engage is Ideal for Management Teams
Leaders need to create an environment in which their employees go ‘above and beyond’. Before that can happen, leaders need to understand why and how empathetic managers are the ones most likely to create such an environment. The tools provided in this session will allow managers to better understand their employees as people first, including their intrinsic motivational drivers.
Why I-Engage is Ideal for All Employees
Engagement is often seen as a top-down process driven by management. Employees expect the company to do things to engage them. They expect their manager to lead in a way that engages them. While it’s true that employee engagement starts at the top, engagement is truly dependent on individual accountability. Do you know what engages YOU? Do you know why you are or aren’t engaged in your current position? Are your positive emotions driving your engagement, or are they being inhibited by your negative emotions? Do you know what motivates you? Why are you not in your zone? Learn the secrets to becoming a more engaged, motivated, and productive employee in this captivating and self-reflective session of self-discovery.
Lead, Advise, and Advance
Participants will learn:
- Why Empathy is the most important leadership competency
- How to evaluate job fit and effectiveness based on three basic criteria, and then create an action plan for making improvements
- The seven intrinsic motivational drivers, and how to use them to guide development and growth
- The best way to work “in the zone” by balancing the need to grow in your job against being overwhelmed
Presented by: Allen Benowitz
from The Employee Engagement Group
Allan Benowitz - Partner / VP, Growth & Development
Allan Benowitz Partner, Vice President, Growth and Development Allan Benowitz brings over 25 years of human capital consulting expertise. His key focus areas include working with clients to develop talent and build an engaged culture for organizations of all sizes in a variety of industries, including healthcare, biomedical, financial services, non-profits, manufacturing, retail and engineering firms. Allan’s expertise encompasses the entire talent management spectrum, including employee engagement, talent acquisition, leadership development, and organizational effectiveness. Allan recently co-designed the Employee Engagement Specialist Certificate Program; the first of its kind, helping Leaders take the first step in creating an engaged culture. Allan also has expertise in implementing Employee Engagement Surveys as well as developing executive coaching programs. He has worked with global thought leaders such as, Marshall Goldsmith, Peter Drucker, Warren Bennis, Gary Hamel, and is a colleague of Bob Kelleher, global thought leader in Employee Engagement. Allan works closely with senior leadership teams to help develop employee engagement initiatives. He has given Keynote Presentations to groups of all sizes, the Employee Engagement Groups signature keynote “Engaging Employees to Drive Results" and iEngage (Your Personal Engagement Journey”. These multi-media presentations help firms minimize disengagement while also putting in place steps to maximize employee engagement. Allan is a member of the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA), the Human Resource Leadership Forum (HRLF), and American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). Mr. Benowitz holds a B.A. from Southern New Hampshire University and focused his graduate studies in Organizational Behavior at Harvard University.
Diversity Mission Statement:
GNHRA is committed to bridging the gap between all people by:
♦ Recognizing, encouraging and ensuring the value of diversity in the work place
♦ Facilitating, building and creating interaction, understanding and dialogue between people of diverse age, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities, ethnicity, cultures, religions, education and work experience
♦ Supporting, diversity to build a multi-cultural and diverse organization
“We support these goals by striving together to create diversity within the GNHRA by providing programs that inform and educate our members on diversity topics”.
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