Wed, Feb 05|
Spire (formerly Corporate Alliance)
Analytics in the Workplace: Expanding HR Capabilities for Engagement, Retention and Wellbeing
In this part informational, part workshop event, Gianna Biscontini of W3rkwell takes a look at engagement and performance through the lens of people analytics and trains attendees to start solving problems with systematic, scientific methodology rooted in human behavior.
Time & Location
Feb 05, 2020, 7:30 AM – 9:30 AM PST
Spire (formerly Corporate Alliance), 9540 Towne Centre Dr, Suite 150, San Diego, CA 92121
About The Event
Modern work challenges are asking more of HR teams than ever before, requiring educational events to not only inform but to actively train professionals to use effective, science-supported methodologies, today. In this part informational, part workshop event, Gianna Biscontini, M.A.Ed.H.D., B.C.B.A., takes a look at engagement and performance through the lens of people analytics and trains attendees to start solving problems with systematic, scientific methodology rooted in human behavior. Elements of design thinking and simple data collection methodologies will be embedded for optimal entertainment and fun.
Attendees will learn:
- Define culture and engagement through the lens of behavioral science.
- The four functions of human behavior as they apply to culture, engagement, retention and performance.
- Review and discuss the components of engagement found in research.
- Ideate behavior-based solutions to improve employee engagement, performance and wellbeing using basic knowledge of human behavior.
Attendees will be able to:
- Use the content to improve performance, retention and wellbeing
- Apply analytic skills to evaluate current programs and strategies for employee engagement
- Apply greater understanding of human behavior and scientific thinking to all aspects of employee-related matters, communication with leadership for dissemination across organization
- Improve in-house HR capabilities by expanding skill sets necessary for analytics, technology and people strategy