ASA State of the Industry Webinar Series—2Q
ASA and Inavero, the association’s satisfaction survey partner, bring you the ASA State of the Industry webinar series for 2016. Be sure to register for the series as soon as possible. Because these webinars feature valuable data and timely and targeted information affecting business operations, they fill up quickly.
Register for the four-part series all at once to ensure your spot each quarter. Don’t worry if you need to miss one or more, register for the series and you’ll receive notice of the recordings as soon as they are available.
Thursday, June 16: ASA State of the Industry Webinar Series—2Q
Focus on employee engagement and retention
How much does a lack of employee engagement cost an organization and what can leaders do to make employees want to maximize their efforts at work? Join Inavero’s Eric Gregg in this timely, data-based discussion on how great companies make connections with their employees and retain their best talent. Get tangible strategies for improving employee engagement levels at your company, and learn how these strategies can help reduce turnover and increase productivity.
Eric Gregg, chief executive officer, Inavero
Richard Wahlquist, president and CEO, ASA
Stephen C. Dwyer, Esq., general counsel, ASA
Cynthia Poole, director of research, ASA
Special Guest—Each webinar in this series features a different industry executive who will join the presentation, answer questions on the topics at hand, and take questions from participants.
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