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    January - Purpose, Presence, and Personality: The Three Keys to Releasing Powerful Engagement

    Date: January 19, 2022, 9:00am
    Free-Members; $10:00-Non Members
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    Good news: employee engagement is on the rise. In 2020 it was 26%; now, after 20 years of effort, Gallup’s Q12 Survey shows us that employee engagement is at 36%. But is that the best we can do? We’re not a lazy undriven people, so how is it that 67% of our workforce is disengaged? (Yes, maybe even some of your employees.) We get the best people on the bus. But do your structures, processes, leaders’ mindsets, and managers’ capabilities provide the best environment for employee engagement to grow? For some of us, definitely yes. But for most of us, there’s room to grow. This interactive presentation helps you intentionally employ the three key elements to employee engagement (Purpose, Presence, and Personality) and measure their performance.

    Learning objectives of session: After attending this session, participants should (1) understand the three key ingredients to employee engagement, (2) develop action steps for utilizing the three key ingredients in their organization.

    About the speakers:

    Dr. Eliyahu Lotzar is the Founder and Principal of the Organizational Development consultancy Reframed Reality, and is also a Vistage Chair. His career passion is helping individuals and organizations grow by utilizing the stress generated from their conflicting values. He engages at the organizational, team, and individual levels to create actionable people data, improve ‘people efficiency,’ and increase results. His international cross-sectoral experience spans the commercial, social service, not-for-profit, and higher education sectors.

    Eliyahu (eh-lee-YAH-who) draws from broad experience, strong education, a deep spiritual awareness, and a passion for possibility. After years as a social worker conducting individual and group therapy sessions, Eliyahu moved into executive coaching, team training, and consulting that specializes in the human factors of process improvement. His direction-setting primary research explores value connections between organizational cultures and employee soft skills. It resulted, among other things, in a system for creating customized employee profiles. His research has been accessed by commercial and educational institutions, not-for-profits, and government and military agencies in over 90 countries.

    Eliyahu’s formal education includes a Doctorate in Executive Leadership from St. John Fisher College, a Masters in Social Work from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a BA in Political Philosophy from James Madison College at Michigan State University. He has been certified by the highly respected Arbinger and Adizes organizational development institutes, and among his other certifications also holds multiple Everything DiSC®  facilitation certifications from Wiley.

    Eliyahu currently serves as the organizational development expert for the Airport Cooperative Research Program, part of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies. He also serves as a Director on the Board of the Chesapeake Bay Organizational Development Network.