It is a widely accepted fact that employees are essential to the long-term success of organizations. Are you doing what it takes to engage, recognize and reward your employees? If not, you may lose them to the competition. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to be a sophisticated employer with an elaborate benefits package. There are many relatively simple ideas that can help make a difference in your employee’s morale and productivity.
Some topics that will be discussed in this session include:
- Building and sustaining a positive culture for employees
- Managing employee performance
- Designing a total rewards strategy
- Recognizing and rewarding employees
- Providing development opportunities for employees
- Striving for employee engagement
With the external environment adding challenges each year, the road for managers will not be a smooth one. If you don’t make a conscious choice to nurture talent and create the right environment for people to thrive in, they will move on to other employers. Don’t let that happen to your credit union.
Speaker: Mary Lynn Fayoumi is the President and CEO of The Management Association of Illinois, an employers’ association that has been successfully providing human resource services to Chicagoland employers for more than a century. Mary Lynn is a highly respected and sought after speaker, trainer and advisor in the business community and is frequently quoted in the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times, and Crain’s Chicago Business. Mary Lynn’s expertise, careful judgment and practical approach extend well beyond her in-depth knowledge of labor and employment law.
Over $75 million - $109 per telephone connection
$7-$75 million - $89 per telephone connection
Under $7 million - $59 per telephone connection
An audio archive is available at no additional charge and can be accessed for 60 days after the live session. Instructions on accessing the archive will be sent with your connecting instructions and confirmation.
Sorry, no cancellations are allowed after connecting instructions and handout materials have been sent to registrants. Substitutions are welcomed and encouraged.