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Six Steps to Build Employee Engagement

Six Steps to Build Employee Engagement

Six Steps to Build Employee Engagement

C.H. Stuart Charleson, JD, ConsultStu LLC
C.H. Stuart Charleson, JD, ConsultStu LLC
on behalf of Veterinary Hospital Managers Association

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Launch date: 02 Nov 2015
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Last updated: 30 May 2018

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Mrs Deana Burson (19 Oct 2016)
Good information. It kind of dragged on a little and I had trouble keeping my attention to it.

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Today, leading organizations focus on employee engagement to drive sustainable success. With 7 out of 10 employees disengaged at work, small businesses are looking to create workplaces that re-engage employees. They are less hierarchical and more employee-centered. In this webinar, we discuss the drivers of employee engagement and the steps to build a workplace that empowers employees and fosters high levels of team performance. Learn a 6 step process to build employee engagement and unlock discretionary employee effort, so you can amaze your customers and lessen the chance that high performing staff leave your practice.

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Learn a 6 step process to build employee engagement and unlock discretionary employee effort.
C.H. Stuart Charleson, JD, ConsultStu LLC

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C.H. Stuart Charleson, JD, ConsultStu LLC
on behalf of Veterinary Hospital Managers Association

With over 20 years’ experience in human resources, employment law and professional services, Stuart has worked in operational and consulting roles including a full range of human resources services to small, medium and large enterprises.
Stuart’s experiences have provided him with a clear understanding of the issues associated with advising and leading high performance human resource teams, controlling HR costs and improving HR effectiveness. Most importantly he understands the link between employee engagement, HR practices and business results.
Stuart holds a Bachelor of Science and a Juris Doctor. He is an active member of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), and is civically active in St. Petersburg, FL. He is a veteran, having served nine (9) years in the United States Army Reserve, as a JAG officer.
He has been a presenter for the Council on Education in Management; Lorman Professional seminars; varied industry trade associations and professional groups; as well as local Florida SHRM chapters.

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Mrs Deana Burson (19 Oct 2016)
Good information. It kind of dragged on a little and I had trouble keeping my attention to it.

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