Are your employees sitting on the sidelines or are they in the race?
If your employees are disengaged, join us as we explore the various roles that Talent Development professionals can play in supporting the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the employee engagement process.
Supporting Employee Engagement Through Learning and Development
March 10, 2017
New location! New Time!
St. Francis Millenium Building
2 Innovation Dr
Greenville, SC 29607
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Brad Thomas, former Leadership Trainer for Bon Secours Health Systems will outline areas recommended for initial and ongoing leadership and staff training, discuss potential ways to evaluate overall efforts and relate employee engagement results to support key business strategies and indicators.
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- List potential roles of Training and Development in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of employee engagement process.
- Describe initial and ongoing leadership and staff training opportunities.
- List potential indicators for evaluating the impact of employee engagement results.
- Discuss value-added opportunities to tie employee engagement improvements to organizational strategic and operational initiatives
ATD Competencies: Managing Learning Programs, Performance Improvement, and Evaluating Learning Impact
About Brad Thomas
Brad Thomas is a leadership development consultant with extensive experience in various staff and leadership roles in the areas of consulting, talent management, organizational development, human resources, and leadership/staff training. He served as the corporate-wide Leadership Trainer and Learning Consultant for Bon Secours Health System, Director of Organizational Development, and Director of Training and Development for St. Francis Health System in Greenville, SC. Currently, Brad is providing leadership development consulting and training to local healthcare organizations.