Luncheon Panel Discussion: Success, and What's in it for Me?

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Luncheon Panel Discussion: Success, and What's in it for Me?

Moderated by: Ray Mowling, Executive Director of the Council for Biotechnology Information, and Past President of Monsanto Corporation. Panelists: Sandy Fallon, VP of HR and Paul Lucas, President and CEO of GlaxoSmithKline
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Summary

Luncheon Panel Discussion: Success, and What's in it for Me? - 11:45am on October 5th (Day 1)

http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/10-0164/default.aspx

The success of an employee engagement strategy depends on consistency and agreement between all parts of the organization.  Often, achieving this alignment is a challenge, especially when there are competing priorities and interests.  In these cases, "What's in it for me" becomes a critical question.

Sandy Fallon and Paul Lucas will recount GlaxoSmithKline's employee engagement journey from concept through execution to ongoing success.  They'll aslo examine how you can answer "what's in it for me?" when promoting your trust and engagement program.

Register before August 5th and save $200 when you quote priority code 3BL

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Thursday, August 5, 2010 - 1:00pm

Contact

Tracie Jones
The Conference Board of Canada
http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/10-0164/default.aspx
Keywords: Engagement | HR | Retention | conference | employees | recruitment | trust

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