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    The Employee Engagement Landscape - Championing Greatness or Capturing Mediocrity

    Date: March 16, 2016, 7:00am – 9:30am
    Hidden Creek Country Club
    1711 Clubhouse Road
    Reston, Virginia 20190
    $35.00 Member, $55.00 Non-Member, $25.00 Member in Transition
    Event Type:
    Chapter Meeting - Breakfast
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    What does your data tell you about employee engagement?  The Global Employee Engagement Landscape is changing, and it is impacting business outcomes. The presentation will discuss findings from a global study conducted by PwC to explore where employers—and employees—stand today in the ongoing talent challenge. The study is a representative sample (over 7,400 respondents) of full-time employees across industries and global regions to gain insight regarding issues and trends organizations are facing in their efforts to attract, retain, and engaged employees.

    Objectives of this session include the following:

    1. Understand engagement profiles and how different levels of engagement can affect organization performance
    2. Know the most common drivers of engagement and some ways to increase performance on those drivers
    3. Be aware of common obstacles that can impede the impact of engagement on business performance
    4. Apply best practices learned from high performing organizations to help build or maintain their own engagement efforts

    Speaker:  Nik Shah

    Nik Shah is a Principal in PwC’s Human Resource Services division and is based in Washington, DC. He is the US & Global leader of PwC’s People’s Analytics practice.  Since joining PwC in 2000, he has developed and implemented strategic human resource programs to improve the HR function’s performance and workforce productivity by leveraging data and analytics.

    Nik is PwC’s global spokesperson on employee engagement and workforce analytics and has managed dozens of engagements and is a frequent speaker on topic.

    He has held senior Human Resource positions at a number of leading corporations including Westinghouse Electric Corporation, CBS Television and  He has completed his executive education from Georgetown University, his MBA from the University of Pittsburgh and his undergraduate degree from Penn State where he earned degrees in both Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Labor Studies and Industrial Relations.

    This program has been approved for 1.0 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the activity. It means that this activity has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

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