Meaning, Belonging, and Collaboration for Employee Engagement and Organizational Excellence
Once thought of as a "soft skill," creating meaning and belonging within an organization is now considered a "power skill." These elements intertwine and directly elevate employee engagement. The “Great Resignation” is both a reflection of and is fueled by low employee engagement. Strategies of genuine collaboration, beyond being "the right thing to do," combine with the qualities of meaning and belonging to stimulate employee engagement and organizational excellence, which directly and positively impact the bottom line.
Together we will explore the latest research in the field of positive organizational scholarship as it relates to meaning, belonging, and collaboration. Attendees will acquire science-backed and evidence-based strategies for organizational well-being, and will learn how to create conditions for optimum creativity and flexibility in meeting current and future challenges.
Robin Litster Johnson
Robin Learning Systems
As a resilience and well-being advisor and fraud prevention expert, Robin teaches and inspires organizations to become more Humane, Ethical, and Resilient. She has taught organizational resilience and leadership skills at AFP, NYCE, and ALTA. Robin works with SAFEChecks and is the primary Editor of Frank Abagnale's The Fraud Bulletin.
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