Building an Engaging Workplace Culture
Facilitated by Jennifer Webster, PhD, MBA, GPHR, CPLP Integrated Success
Higher productivity and innovation; lower absenteeism and turnover; improved quality of work and health; fewer safety incident, patient safety incidents and quality defects. These are some of the benefits of a highly engaged workplace culture.
As leaders we have the opportunity to help our organizations thrive through our attitudes, actions, and the overall workplace environment we nurture. In this session, we will look at the components of culture, what can negatively impact a culture and explore what leaders can do to create an engaged workplace culture where individuals can contribute their best!
LEADERSHIP EDGE IS A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR CHAMBER MEMBERS.