September 17, 2020
11:00 am – 12:00pm
Episode 5 – Employee Engagement: How Leaders Can Foster Engagement to Create Powerhouse Employees
In this episode, we welcome internationally recognized employee engagement thought leader, Dr. Brad Shuck.
Dr. Mandolen Mull and Dr. Brad Shuck cover the fascinating and much-discussed topic of employee engagement. A company that has a high level of employee engagement is a healthier and more successful organization. Leaders need a strategy to ensure employees are engaged in an organization and a good culture fit. Leaders that can generate engagement find that employees are more involved, willing to take risks that benefit the organization, and are healthier overall.
Consider this: 85% of employees globally are either not engaged or actively disengaged and companies that have a high rate of employee engagement are 21% more profitable.
Can your company give up 21% of its profits?
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
Dr. Mandolen Mull is the Chair of the Puri School of Business and an Assistant Professor of Leadership at Rockford University. With a Ph.D. in organizational development and change, and an MBA in international business, Dr. Mull’s expertise lies in operations management and leader development. Prior to joining the realm of academia, Dr. Mull accrued over a decade of corporate leadership experience in the fields of healthcare, property preservation, and logistical distribution. Possessing an extensive background in leadership performance, Dr. Mull consults with organizations across the globe, providing analysis and interventions targeted to improve organizational performance outcomes. Dr. Mull also conducts scholarly research pertaining to leadership intentions, change management, and statistical analyses.
Dr. Brad Shuck is a tenured Associate Professor and Program Director of the Human Resource and Organizational Development program and Assistant Chair in the Department of Educational Leadership, Evaluation, Organizational Development both at the University of Louisville. He is the author of Employee Engagement: A Research Overview (Routledge, 2020) and has published or presented more than 300 scholarly articles, book chapters, and invited presentations. Shuck holds six US copyrights for his research driven intellectual property. He is a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels and holds advanced degrees in Counseling, Student Affairs, Human Resource Development, and Adult Education.