Top Trends in 2014 to Improve the Employee Experience
By Mike Vilimek on Feb 24, 2014
By Ingrid Stabb
Just at the beginning of this month I attended HCM World in Las Vegas where I had the chance to chat with Mark Smith, the CEO and Chief Research Officer of Ventana Research, Chris Leone, SVP of Oracle Applications Development and Michelle Newell, Sr. Director of HCM Product Marketing. While they each had a slightly different perspective on what are the hottest trends in HR for 2014, interestingly they all intersected on the criticality of improving employee experiences for organizations to remain competitive and innovative.
We’re doing a webinar with all three speakers on this topic on Tuesday, February 25th. Join us! Find out what levers are now at your disposal to increase the measured commitment of employees to your organization that lead to increased productivity and ROI of human resources and learning programs.
The webinar will cover business trends, best practices, and technologies that are generating high employee engagement for top organizations. Discover the top five trends in 2014 for:
Managing employee productivity and developing leaders
Optimizing employee recognition programs
Impacting employee quality of life and user experiences
- Innovation that increases employee engagement
Live Webcast: Top Trends in 2014 to Improve the Employee Experience
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Time: 1:00 PM EST
Ingrid Stabb is Sr. Director of the Oracle Global Human Capital Management Campaign. Stabb brings the best of modern HR and talent management thought leadership content to help HR & Learning professionals stay on top of trends in best practices. She is the co-author of The Career Within You (HarperCollins 2010), is the leading expert on the application of the Enneagram personality strengths-typing system to talent management and career development. The Korean version of her book came out in 2011, the Japanese version in 2012, and the Chinese version in 2013. Ingrid holds an MBA from Yale and a BA from Columbia. Her multi-sector management career includes being named #66 of the Top 100 Most Desirable Mentors for Gen Y in 2011, serving on the founding management team of Score Learning Corporation and winning the E*TRADE President’s Award for product development.