Engagement at high-performance organizations is not a survey score or a single event; it’s not a series of independent actions. It is the result of the purposeful and patient alignment of culture, strategy, capabilities and performance, and rethinking the ways in which these connect to execute the business strategy.
Corning’s Gorilla Glass story is an example of “patient innovation,” applying a glass composition originally developed in the 1960s to the consumer electronics challenges of the 2000s. Learn how the same patience is being applied to developing innovative approaches to employee engagement through incremental steps within Corning’s Talent Management Center of Excellence. Hank Jonas, Manager of Organizational Effectiveness and the process owner for Corning’s employee opinion survey process, will discuss Corning’s journey so far with engagement and where it might be going.
Kevin Copestick, Director of Member Programs at i4cp, will also present important new findings from i4cp’s latest research on engagement in high-performance organizations, which identified that surveys are not an independent objective, but rather a means to developing a culture that fosters engagement and productivity. Improving engagement involves patience and commitment from senior leaders down through front line employees.
Join us on July 23, 2013 to learn more about this latest research, Corning's work on employee engagement and how you can apply these insights to help develop engagement and culture within your organization!