Maximizing Employee Engagement - ACEC/MA HR Forum, May 4 at VHB

Type:  General 
Maximizing Employee Engagement
ACEC/MA  Member Briefing and  Human  Resources  Forum   
 
Open to all ACEC/MA Members*
Thursday, May  4,  2017 
8 - 10  AM   
@ VHB,  101 Walnut Street, Watertown, MA
Guest Speaker: John Konselman, VHB Director of Learning and Development 
 
There is no charge for ACEC/MA member firms to attend, but we request your RSVP to acecma@engineers.org by May 3
(Please provide your name, firm and email address)
 
Engaging employees, while seemingly a catch phrase today, has been the goal of people managers for more years than most of us have been around.  According to Gallup, less than 33% of employees are engage at work and disengaged employees cost the US economy over $400 billion.  Levels of employee engagement are key drivers of retention, revenue, recruitment, and productivity.  In this interactive presentation, John will provide a well-rounded overview of the keys to maximizing employee engagement in the workplace, illustrate the importance of first-line leaders to engagement, demonstrate the role of motivation in engagement, and provide tips and techniques that will help organizations develop an engaged culture. 
 
About our speaker:
John Konselman has been working in the AEC industry since 2004, in the Learning and Development field for over 20 years, and in the people business throughout his career.  He has managed hospitality employees in the restaurant business, production teams in a manufacturing environment, and teams of Trainers in support services and the AEC.  In past lives, John worked at Deluxe Check Printers, Uniscribe Professional Services, ENSR International, AECOM, and most recently The Employee Engagement Group.  John has been on the review teams for Employee Engagement for Dummies, Re-ignite Your Creativity, Creativeship, and I-Engage. He has present topics on engagement and training at the Rocky Mountain Quality Conference, Annual AEC HR Summit, New England Acura Service Managers Conference, and Texas A&M. John joined VHB as its Director of Learning and Development in November of 2015.
  
ACEC/MA HR Forum Co-Chairs: Jane Quercia, SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates , Maureen Wiklund, VHB    
   
*This briefing is open to employees of ACEC/MA Member Firms.   If your firm is a member, you are a member.  
For information about ACEC/MA Membership or to join an ACEC/MA Committee or Forum, contact:  
Natalia Savatic, nsavatic@engineers.org 
Abbie Goodman,  agoodman@engineers.org  or by phone at 617-227-5551.    
   
 

 
 
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