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When: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
11:00 am- 1:00 pm
Where: McClellan Conference Center
5411 Luce Ave
McClellan, California  95652
United States
Contact: Megan Robison

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Building Engagement to Connect People to Purpose


January 24, 2018

11:00 am- 1:00 pm

McClellan Conference Center

(Home of the 2018 Annual Conference!)

5411 Luce Ave

McClellan, CA 95652


Members: $35 | Non-Members: $45 | Student Member: $30


Today’s top organizations are facing a war for talent on a global scale - one that by all accounts is growing worse by the day. There is a worldwide epidemic of disengagement and no place to hide outdated organizational culture practices. In order to win, HR teams must get serious about engaging employees and helping them thrive.


Why should you care about employee engagement? The research is clear. Business success is dependent on an engaged and enabled workforce. Positive environments are performance enhancers. They are characterized by higher productivity, less turnover and more resilient cultures. Organizations with highly engaged employees outperform the competition by as much as 202% (Gallup). Companies scoring highest for engagement achieve 4.5 times the revenue growth of those that rate lowest. Increasingly employees are looking for more purpose and meaning in their work. More than career paths, they want to feel alive at work—that what they are doing is making a positive difference.




Devin C. Hughes is a highly sought after speaker, author, happiness muse, mindfulness trainer & executive coach who speaks to a variety of leaders, groups, organizations, and teams who have a desire to break down enterprise-wide cultural barriers, improve personal/organizational performance and enhance communication through greater self awareness and understanding of one another. His approach draws from the science of positive psychology, positive organizational research, appreciative inquiry, neuroscience, mindset and mindfulness. As a result, clients receive the cutting edge in research on well-being and flourishing.


This program will provide one SHRM professional development credit and one HRCI HR general credit






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