Driving Growth and Innovation in a People-Led Economy

Michelle M. Smith

Michelle M. Smith

growth-innovation-lightbulb-up-arrowDiscover the “next practices” leadership strategy that will help you innovate and grow in today’s people-led economy!

Every company you can name is working towards improving employee engagement, yet engagement is at an all-time low. Why? Because employee engagement programs don’t work. So how do you get the best from your employees to drive long-term success and sustainable growth?

In this cutting-edge presentation, Michelle M. Smith, O.C Tanner’s Vice President of Business Development and named as one of the “Ten Best and Brightest Women in the Industry” by Incentive magazine,  shares groundbreaking and proven research that proposes a fresh leadership model focused not on engagement, but on employee “enrichment.” Join Michelle as she discusses:

  • The many advantages of pursuing Enrichment practices
  • The new strategy of Human Value connections
  • Key leadership behaviors that encourage – rather than inhibit – productivity, innovation and growth
  • Case studies of companies that are innovating, thriving, and growing in the new global economic landscape of the People-Led Economy, and much more

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William Flamme

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