Eleventh Annual Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement, Giving and Volunteerism, April 3-4, 2012 in NYC
The eleventh best practice summit on employee engagement, giving and volunteerism will be hosted by Charities@Work on April 3-4, 2012 in New York City. This year’s conference theme is “The Engagement Cycle: Creating and Sustaining Effective Employee Engagement.” Early bird registration $395 at
This year’s conference tracks include:
Building a culture of engagement
Creating the engagement framework with employees and business units
Integrating engagement programs
Going above and beyond workplace giving and volunteerism
Sustaining employee engagement
From education to sustained action
Leading the business and building the business case
Managing employee engagement up, across and down
“This is the premiere forum for employee engagement professionals to attend to learn integrated approaches to grow and evolve their programs. In a constantly changing environment this is a must attend conference.” --Michael S. Carren, Director, Employee Engagement and Volunteerism, Global Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase
Designed by a corporate advisory council, this year’s conference focuses on building innovative and impactful employee engagement strategies. The conference will be organized around the themes of building, integrating, sustaining and leading employee engagement. Cross-cutting topics to be discussed include building high-impact volunteer programs, increasing involvement in workplace giving, engaging employees in sustainability, creating effective communications, measuring results, and building the business case for future investment.
The seminar attracts thought leaders in employee engagement from across the country because of its focus on peer-to-peer learning and actionable information that managers can readily integrate into their work. It provides a unique opportunity to interact with a group of committed professionals who come together to learn and share new ideas about effective employee engagement, volunteering and workplace giving.
Ideal for professionals in community relations, workplace giving, public affairs, community involvement, corporate philanthropy, HR/employee benefits, health and wellness, diversity and sustainability.
"A peer-to-peer summit unlike other educational forums on employee engagement. Intelligent, dynamic and practical. I strongly recommend its content to both seasoned professionals and newcomers." Martha Field, Manager of Community Relations, Thomson Reuters.
Charities@Work is an alliance of federated national nonprofit organizations and serves as the cooperative voice for many of the nation’s premier health, human service, environmental and international development and relief charities. Members include America’s Charities, Community Health Charities, EarthShare and Global Impact.