Date & Time: Thursday, June 16, 2022 2:00 pm ET
Meghan Stettler, Director, O.C. Tanner Institute
Your organization has likely been measuring employee engagement for years. But what is engagement, really? Employee motivation? Enthusiasm? Discretionary effort? The problem with engagement is that it is rife with conflicting meanings and does not reliably predict the future performance of individuals or their organizations.
Join Meghan Stettler, Director at the O.C. Tanner Institute, as she reveals a better way to calculate individual and organizational success: Great Work. Meghan will share why great work is a more useful metric than engagement, and how leaders can measure and influence great work by creating authentic employee experiences that maximize connection and ultimately lead to business success.
- Why a focus on work output and quality, rather than engagement, leads to better employee and business outcomes
- How engagement is highly associated with employee personality type
- Best practices for influencing great work that makes a difference people love
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