Employee Engagement Round Table


 
 

Registration Options


Register: October
Round Tables are a complimentary Member Only Benefit. When Recertification Credit is offered, non-members may attend for a small fee of $25. Please note: Registration closes at 12 PM the day before the Round Table and onsite registrations cannot be accepted.

*Zoom links will be sent out the day before an event to those who have registered*

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Overview


The DallasHR Employee Engagement Round Table provides a venue for sharing ideas and best practices that promote and build employee engagement within an organization. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, recruiting and onboarding, empowerment, professional development, career vision, rewards and recognition, the employee/supervisor relationship, and performance evaluation.

Meetings are for DallasHR Members only and is an open forum format so whatever is top-of-mind that day ultimately drives the discussion. The broad experience base of our members offers a wealth of deep, insightful thinking. If your company is struggling with an HR problem or considering a strategic HR initiative, chances are high others in the group already have direct or indirect experience in those areas. Bring your experience and stories to the meeting, come and learn from others’ successes and failures, and leave with a nugget of helpful insight you can take back to your workplace.

Be sure to join the Employee Engagement community in HRConnect to continue the conversation.

Agenda

All meetings occur at the DallasHR office from 11:30 AM –1:00 PM

11:30 AM: Networking and Registration
12:00 PM: Discussion/Presentation Begins
1:00 PM: Discussion/Presentation Concludes

**Round Table Networking will begin at 11:30 AM**
**All Round Table Presentations will begin at 12:00 PM**

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Top of Mind Discussion

As always, the "top-of-mind/open format" will prevail so the discussion may or may not go in those directions. Bring your thoughts, experience, questions, scary stories, etc.  Your contribution to the discussion will help each of us take away something we can use now or in the future to a better workplace.

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