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Learning Culture and Employee Engagement

Learning Culture and Employee Engagement

As any fan of cooking television can tell you, a master chef can take some of the most improbable foods and, with a deep knowledge of culinary basics and the proper support from sous chefs, create a singular dining experience.

Using the right recipe for employee engagement helps you cook up success in your organization, with a healthy portion of financial improvement on the side. Join Cassie Whitlock of BambooHR and Erin Boettge of BizLibrary to learn the basics of employee engagement and how creating an engaged learning culture helps improve employee satisfaction and performance. You’ll also learn how to train managers in the art of employee engagement, making them valuable sous chefs in preparing your workplace for the future.

No matter what ingredients your employees bring to the table, when you develop strong connections, focus on engagement, and sustain positive change, you can create a delicious, engaged workplace. In this webinar, you'll learn the basics of employee engagement, creating an engaged learning culture helps employee satisfaction, and the art of employee engagement.

  • The basics of employee engagement
  • How to train managers in the art of employee engagement
  • How an engaged learning culture improves performance
About the speakers
Erin Boettge

Content Marketing Manager

As Content Marketing Manager, Erin is responsible for all aspects of content strategy and development, including creation of ebooks, how-to guides, infographics, webinars and more. Her research on HR topics and knowledge of industry trends helps BizLibrary deliver the most up-to-date content possible to the BizLibrary audience.

Cassie Whitlock

Director of Human Resources at BambooHR

Cassie started her career in the accounting world but working with small and medium sized companies, the HR function was always handed to her. She loves the intersection of business and humans, and believes that when companies focus on the human aspect of their people, the people in turn focus on the business needs. She enjoys her work most when she can take her talents in data, processes, and human psychology to make someone's day better. She believes that strategy is accomplished in the details of how you manage the daily tactical items. A quick humor and a thoughtful, listening nature are the mark of her leadership style. She views her team as part of her family and enjoys working hard with them, while they all learn, grow, and execute on business-critical initiatives.

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