START LISTENING TO THE HEARTBEAT OF YOUR ORGANIZATION

WEBINAR | APRIL 19th 

Making the Case for Continuous Listening

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How can you avoid a drop in productivity, profitability and staff retention just by starting to listen more often to your employees?

According to Gallup, employees working in organizations with high levels of engagement perform better, turn up more often and stay with the business for longer than employees in low-engagement companies. But how quickly are you able to uncover a drop in your engagement score? Once a year when you do your annual employee survey? That is not quick enough. Every day matters. Every day could be costing you money. What if you could detect the drop in engagement perhaps six months earlier just by listening to your employees more often? How much would that be worth to you?

Adding a continuous listening program to your annual employee survey can have a huge impact on your business. Join our webinar, on April 19th to learn about the most powerful arguments for starting a continuous listening program sooner than you thought possible.









Sign up for this webinar to find out:

  • How to check the heartbeat of your organization 

  • How to catch trends early and get visibility into issues sooner than later

  • How continuous listening could reduce your absenteeism by 35%

Date

April 19th, 2018


Time

11:30 am EST


SCOTT HEYHOE

Scott Heyhoe is Questback’s Global Director of Solutions. In this role, Scott meets with many companies world-wide, understanding what is driving business change and the workforce feedback landscape. Previously with CEB, Scott bring a wealth of experience and insight in solving business and talent issues.


BEN EUBANKS

Ben Eubanks leads the human capital research practice at Lighthouse Research & Advisory, a firm dedicated to uncovering the trends and leading practices to help employers hire, engage, and retain their best talent. Ben hosts the We're Only Human podcast, a show that focuses on the intersection of people and technology in the workplace. His book, Artificial Intelligence for HR, will be published by Kogan Page in December 2018.


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