Engagement: From Buzz Word to Business Habit

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Join us for a webinar on Feb 13, 2015 at 10:00 AM PST.

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Most senior executives and HR leaders understand the need for creating a culture that attracts and retains talent – typically organized around an employee engagement strategy. But what does “engagement” really mean? How does it become a business habit for leaders? How do you make it a permanent part of a organization’s culture?

In this webinar, participants will learn:

  • The link between engagement and emotional intelligence
  • Applying branding competencies to employee engagement strategies
  • Leader modeling of engagement behavior
  • Creating internal communication platforms with social media
  • Establishing ROI benchmarks for the value of engagement

“Inside every brand is a truth waiting to be amplified”. This is the message that Justin Foster shares as he works with clients and in his presentations and workshops. Based in Austin, TX Justin is a Brand Strategist, published author, professional speaker, and workshop facilitator. He has worked for nearly 25 years in sales and marketing for small businesses and large corporations, co-founding two marketing/branding firms, and one successful start-up. As a Brand Strategist, Justin works with senior leaders and business owners to help them discover the “bacon” of their brand and create a meaningful, relevant presence in the marketplace. He believes that the truth of a brand is found in its culture and that culture should be as a brand’s #1 differentiator.

Justin is frequently asked to speak and write on social business, modern marketing and branding and business trends. As a speaker/facilitator, he has delivered over 400 keynotes and workshops across every major industry. In addition, he has published two books on branding: Oatmeal v Bacon: How to Differentiate in a Generic World and Human Bacon: A Man’s Guide to Creating an Awesome Personal Brand. Justin also contributes frequently to a number of blog sites and has his own popular blog at fosterthinking.com. You can follow him on Twitter @fosterthinking.

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