How to Address Rampant Employee Disengagement? Recognize Human Equity

The Conference Board of Canada, September 18, 2013
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The Conference Board of Canada presents a special webinar with Trevor Wilson, global diversity and human equity strategist. We have all heard that people choose to join an organization, but in the end quit their boss. In this 60-minute recorded session, Trevor looks at this truism by investigating employee disengagement at the micro level.

Webinar Highlights

Over the past decade, employee disengagement and non-engagement has stubbornly hovered around 50% in the North American workplace. Gallup estimates that the millions of actively disengaged workers costs the North American economy between $450-$550 billion each year in lost productivity. This webinar identifies the three characteristics of a disengaged worker and looks at the critical role the manager can play to improve employee purpose and reduce job misery.

How to Address Rampant Employee Disengagement? Recognize Human Equity will introduce a series of human equity management tools known as SHAPE V. These tools are a systematic method for uncovering the valuable intangible assets in each employee in order to optimize on total human capital.

About Trevor:

photo of Trevor WilsonTrevor Wilson is the CEO of TWI Inc. and creator of the human equity management model. He is a global diversity, inclusion and human equity strategist who regularly speaks at corporate functions. TWI’s clients include some of the most progressive global employers in the world, including Coca-Cola, Ernst & Young, BNP Paribas and Home Depot. TWI’s trademarked human equity approach was instrumental in catapulting Coca-Cola’s South Africa division to the top performing division worldwide.

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