Wednesday, July 31

10:50 am - 11:30 am

The US engagement dial stubbornly refuses to move despite the efforts of both legacy survey providers and newer self-service surveys, yet you are being held more accountable than ever for the business impact derived from an engaged workforce.

Bring an evidence-based approach to your work by learning the research and real-world practices that actually get results. This session will reveal the four things engagement programs get wrong, and the four things we all need to get right. In addition, see the latest findings that show the single silver bullet for increasing engagement. Join Amy Leschke-Kahle to learn how you can lead the charge on engagement, and how to generate the real-world business outcomes you and your organization demand.

Amy Leschke-Kahle

VP Performance Acceleration
The Marcus Buckingham Company

About Amy Leschke-Kahle

Responsibilities
As Vice President of Performance Acceleration at The Marcus Buckingham
Company (TMBC), Amy Leschke-Kahle collaborates with clients to transform
organizations by activating talent. Using her first-hand experience to customize
her approach to the unique culture of each company, she helps clients turn
TMBC’s revolutionary research into groundbreaking results.
Experience
Before coming to TMBC, Amy led talent, HR technology and HR analytics for
several Fortune 500 companies. Most recently, she served as Vice President
of HR Services Solution Center at Kohl’s Department Stores. She has also
been involved in implementing global lean manufacturing initiatives, knowledge
management and employee collaboration solutions, talent acquisition, and
academic leadership.
Amy holds a chemical engineering degree from Miami University (Ohio) and an
MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Areas of Expertise
–– Real-world application of HR Analytics
–– Strategic HR Transformation, including performance, engagement, employee
development
–– Real-world talent activation
–– Pulling the future of work into the world of today
–– Transformational culture change, speed to impact