|Venue||Finnstown Country House Hotel, Newcastle Rd, Lucan|
|Date||Thursday, May 10th , 2018|
|Time||7:30 am - 9:30 am|
According to a recent survey by Gallup, a mere 21% of staff feel they are managed in a motivating way. Potential Project (a global leader in mindful leadership) conducted a survey recently which showed that on 13% of the global workforce is engaged – and a huge 24% are actively disengaged.
So, how can you engage your staff, to build and sustain a high performance work culture? How can you motivate your team to engage not only with your customers, but with their team members and the company itself?
In short, how can you ensure you, your team – and your organisation – flourishes in an increasingly difficult market?
Join us on May 10th to hear from industry experts on employee engagement, and motivation through leadership & coaching.
Torunn Dahl – Head of Employee Relations, Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion at Deloitte
Torunn is the Head of Employee Relations, Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion; a role she’s held since March 2017. Torunn is also an Occupational Psychologist and brings this extensive experience to her role. She has extensive expereince in People Management, Learning & Development, Engagement and Leadership & Organisation Development. Torunn holds BA Economics & Business from Trinity, Msc in Organisational Psychology from Birkbeck, University of London and an MBA from INSEAD.
John Murphy – JM International
John has been a Sales Director, CEO, Executive Chairman and Author. He now uses all of his corporate experience to coach business leaders. As an expert in Emotional Intelligence, John’s extensive knowledge helps leaders lead better, and assists in improving team performance. His book “10 Key Traits of Top Business Leaders” is packed full of tips and guidance on developing your leadership skills & bringing your team to the next level. John has worked with companies like Pfizer, BT, Airbus and Great West Life Co to achieve significant performance gains.