Leadership that Matters: In the Age of the Knowledge Worker

Leadership that Matters: In the Age of the Knowledge Worker

Wednesday, Jan. 28 2009.
(Earlybird fee: Tues. Jan 21)
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

With knowledge workers driving today's economy, success relies on mental performance.  We now know that this is impossible and unsustainable without emotionally healthy workers who are fully engaged. Learn about the research in leadership behaviours and workplace practices that has led to a practical and already well-tested new model for creating an environment for knowledge workers that both boosts employee engagement and performance and also lifts employee well-being.  Leave with practical skills and new insights grounded in breakthrough research about knowledge workers.

Michael Koscec, M.ES, is President and founder of Entec Corporation, which has developed a comprehensive employee engagement survey that recognizes the importance of both the working environment engendered by management, policies and practices, and the psychological makeup of the individual employees (www.EmployeeOnLineSurvey.com).  Michael's unique background combines hands-on management in both large and small organizations with working with blue-chip clients in the development and application of the employee engagement model. His newly published award-winning best seller will be available tonight: Energizing Organizations: A New Method for Measuring Employee Engagement to Boost Profits and Corporate Success.  Michael is deeply grounded spiritually, a former leader of King-Bay Chaplaincy focused on helping workers in downtown Toronto. Reach Michael at mkoscec@rogers.com.  

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Toronto Grace Health Centre
650 Church St (near Yonge & Bloor)
Toronto, ON
43° 40' 13.026" N, 79° 22' 58.2348" W
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