10 world-leading Experts from Research & Industry give Advice on how Leaders can engage their Employees
Stockholm, June 13, 2012.
The Leader’s Employee Engagement Conference will take place from 18 – 22 June. Hundreds of leaders from across the world will participate in this free conference over the web or on the phone to find out what they can do to engage their employees effectively.
Katy Caroan from Caroan Consulting AB is a member of the Engagement Advisory Board of the Leader's Employee Engagement Conference and would like to invite leaders across Scandinavia to join into the event as outlined below.
Most engagement conferences address only HR or provide general advice on employee engagement. And they typically take place offline, restricting access. In this virtual conference, hosted by Dr. Ines O’Donovan, 10 world-leading experts cover 5 topics that are essential for leaders in order to create and maintain high engagement in their teams:
18 June: Rules of engagement for virtual teams
- Dr. Penny Pullan, Director, Making Projects Work
- Dr. Milton Mattox, Author & VP IT Applications, CIGNA Voluntary
19 June: Developing outstanding leadership to engage all employees
- Prof. Beverly Alimo-Metcalfe, CEO, Real World Group
- Robert Demare, Global Head of Learning and Development – IT Services, Deutsche Post DHL
20 June: Using social media to attract & keep talented employees
- Simon Jordan, Director, Simon Jordan Marketing
- Breda Stackpool, Director, Perfect Plans for Life
21 June: Health and wellbeing. The key to employee engagement
- Prof. Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor, Lancaster University &
- Director, RobertsonCooper,Dr. Philip Gibbs, Head of Wellbeing, Roodlane Medical
22 June: Unleashing Engagement through Mentoring & Coaching
- Dr. Ines O’Donovan, Director Alamundo and Editor-in-Chief, International Journal for Mentoring and Coaching
- Simon Dennis, Head of the Business Management System, Fujitsu UK & Ireland
When? 18 – 22 June. Each day at 5 pm & 7 pm Swedish time (11 am & 1 pm New York time)
Where? This is an online conference, where people from all over the world can attend over the web or dial in via the phone
Where to register? http://bit.ly/LEEC2012
For more information please contact Ines O’Donovan at +33 6 29 21 04 28 or at +44 78 27 27 55 14.
You are welcome to participate in the conference. Members of the press can also receive the recordings and the visual maps of the interviews, plus the video series ‘Talent Engagement’ for free when contacting Louise Moebius at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Leaders and Managers
• Human Resources, Talent Management, Training & Development Professionals
Ines O’Donovan, PhD & MBA, is the Director of Alamundo, the International Research Institute for Mentoring, Coaching & Leadership and the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching. In her PhD research she had found that most companies do not actually measure employee engagement, even though they think they do. She therefore developed the Sustainable Talent Engagement Model. She also looked at the main leader behaviours that create and maintain high engagement.
Alamundo helps companies and leaders to achieve real employee engagement with high long-term performance, loyal customers and a strong bottom line. Using the Sustainable Talent Engagement Model & the company’s expertise in Mentoring, Coaching and Leadership Development, Alamundo helps leaders and companies to focus on the relevant stage and type of engagement with the right intervention at the right time.
Katy Caroan, Owner of Caroan Consulting AB and member of the Engagement Advisory Board is an HR Management Consultant & Coach helping clients to attract, motivate and retain talent by using social media on top of traditional employer branding activities. More information and contact details available at katycaroan.com