Re-Engage! Inspiring Extra Effort in Extraordinary Times
Based on comprehensive new ground-breaking research, Leigh Branham will discuss the three factors that now have a profound impact on the ability of employers worldwide to create a highly engaged workplace. These factors-company size, generational diversity, and the economic downturn-are frustrating many employees as they attempt to maintain acceptable levels of employee engagement and organizational productivity.
The Seven Hidden Reasons Employees Disengage and Leave
The purpose of this presentation is to provide a deeper understanding of seven elusive reasons employees leave (which are very different from what they say in exit interviews), so that management and HR can partner in creating on-target corrective and preventive solutions to employee turnover.
Employment Branding from the Inside Out
Leigh’s objective is to define “employment branding,” convey why branding is imperative as organizations step up the competition for scarce talent, and present a three-phase process for building a compelling employment brand.
Engaging and Retaining All 4 Generations
To make attendees more aware of the differences between the life experiences and resulting expectations of Veterans, Boomers, Xers, and Millennials so they can implement effective strategies to engage and retain all four generations.
The Seven Ways Engaging Leaders Keep Their Workforces Engaged
To describe the seven key behavioral differences and leadership mindsets that separate leaders who inspire more discretionary workforce effort from those leaders whose behavior causes employees to disengage.
The 15 Pitfalls of Hiring
To review the 15 most common pitfalls that keep hiring managers from hiring the right person for the job.
Becoming a Better Place to Work: How to Measure Your Progress
To assist those with responsibility for employer-of-choice initiatives to select and track the right metrics for attracting, selecting, engaging, and retaining the talent they need to meet their business objectives.
Why Book Leigh Branham?
Mission & Focus
Leigh Branham is dedicated to assisting organizations in the management of people, and helping individuals in the management of their own careers, so as to balance the achievement of organizational and individual goals. He is a strong proponent of the idea that investing in people is the surest path to business success and profitability.
Leigh brings 30 years experience in business, education, and management consulting to his mission of helping employers implement best practices in employee engagement and retention.
He is the author of Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business: 24 Ways to Hang On to Your Most Valuable Talent (AMACOM, 2001), which consistently ranks on Amazon.com as one of the best-selling books on employee retention. His newest book is The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave: How to Recognize the Subtle Signs and Act Before It’s Too Late.
Leigh was Vice President, Organizational Consulting with Right Management Consultants in Kansas City and leader of the firm’s Talent Management practice in the Heartland region. Prior to that, he was a Senior Consultant with Lee Hecht Harrison in Irvine, California.
In these roles, Leigh has consulted in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, retail, banking/finance, telecommunications, hospitality, insurance, government, health care, energy, and construction.
He has been widely quoted in the media, including Fortune, Business Week and The Associated Press, as an expert on employee retention. He writes a regular commentary on managing talent for The Kansas City Star.
Areas of Expertise
Leigh consults and speaks throughout the U.S. on the following topics: