Living for the Weekday: The Employee Side of Employee Engagement

2014 Annual Conference
Workplace Application: This session addresses the role employees play in building a culture of employee engagement.

The hidden costs of employee disengagement are huge, and wise leaders are developing ways to build a culture to overcome this challenge. And in order for this culture of engagement to develop, employees must do their part by changing how they see their professional life and personal life coming together. In this session, we will examine the five aspects of life that must be weaved together to impact to employee engagement. This session will help you understand how becoming more personally engaged in life will eventually lead to increased engagement at work, and will provide the details of how to take the concepts back to your office.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 23, 2014 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Clint Swindall, CSP

Swindall, CSP

Clint Swindall is the president and CEO of Verbalocity, Inc., a personal development company with a focus on leadership enhancement. These solutions include leadership development programs, training, speaking and general consulting.

As a professional speaker, Clint Swindall travels the world delivering high-content speeches and training in an entertaining and inspirational style to Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and trade associations.

Clint enjoys the challenge of enhancing employee engagement for his clients by delivering programs based on his book entitled Engaged Leadership: Building a Culture to Overcome Employee Disengagement (John Wiley & Sons, 2007). He recognizes that a culture of employee engagement is a two-way road, and that true engagement comes when leaders and employees are both doing their part. In addition to working with leaders to build a culture to overcome employee disengagement, Clint addresses the employee’s role in his follow-up book entitled Living for the Weekday: What Every Employee and Boss Needs to Know about Enjoying Work and Life (John Wiley & Sons, 2010).

Follow Clint on Twitter @ClintSwindall.

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HR Credit
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Concurrent Session
HR Expertise
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