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Beyond the Trend Reports: 5 Best Practices for Engaging Employees in 2019

Date: Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60-minutes

Each year, new trend reports from analysts and research firms showcase ideas that promise to shake up the HR industry.

This year, get in front of the trends. Get the future-proof, actionable advice you can use to turn emerging trends into positive business outcomes. Listen as these employee experience experts guide you through five best practices you can use to engage your employees in 2019.

 Key takeaways:

  • See five emerging trends that are transforming HR strategies behind recruiting, performance management, and other imperatives 
  • Best practices you can put in place to benefit from trends like continuous listening, employee experience roles, machine learning, and more
  • Forward-looking insights from interviews with industry influencers and market research

Sponsored by:




   Kim Dawson

   Director, Employee Experience


Kim thrives when developing a unique and purpose-driven culture. She oversees compensation, benefits, and HR for YouEarnedIt. With a career spanning over 15 years in people-focused HR, Kim believes putting your employees first is the only way for your organization to thrive.

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   Erica Denner

   Head of People & Culture


Erica Denner is the Head of People & Culture at HighGround, a real-time performance management and recognition platform. Erica oversees talent management and people strategy including performance management, employee relations, talent acquisition, and training and development initiatives.

Erica has a Master of Science in Learning and Organizational Change and an Organizational and Leadership Coaching Certificate from the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Erica has a Bachelor of Arts in Management and Leadership from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She is certified as a PHR and SHRM-CP in addition to being a member of the NeuroLeadership Institute.