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Creating a Workforce That is Engaged, Not Entitled!

  • Thursday, February 20, 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • American Job Center at Eastgate Mall | 5600 Brainerd Rd, Suite A-5, Chattanooga, TN

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Employee engagement is not just about the employee, it’s about connecting the employees with the goals of the organization. For years organizations have been investing time, money and energy into engaging employees, based on the promise that engagement drives better performance. But many organizations say that despite their best efforts, engagement programs haven’t delivered as expected. While engaging employees is essential, the truth is engagement isn’t enough. Engagement without accountability creates entitlement. When engagement and accountability meet, breakthrough results occur.

Learning Objectives:

  • Become aware of our workforce’s present engagement level and use data to support the benefits of focusing on engagement.
  • Engagement without accountability creates entitlement.
  • Understand the 5 pillars of engagement and the role each of them plays in preventing entitlement.
About our Speaker:

Janell Satterfield, Training & Development Manager / Sr. HR Generalist with Cormetech, Inc.

Janell Satterfield is the Training & Development Manager for Cormetech, a world leader in manufacturing of high-quality environmental catalysts. She has over a decade of experience managing teams and her passion for developing talent and seeing people reach their full potential, is the driving force behind what she does. She specializes is training program design, workshop facilitation, workforce planning, coaching & advice, and employee relations. Janell currently serves on the Education & Workforce committee at the Chamber of Commerce, the board of directors for Junior Auxiliary of Cleveland and a member of the Give United Cabinet of the United Way. She is a certified SPHR and holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources from the University of Tennessee.

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