Air date: April 16, 2019

Guest Panelists:

Brad Shuck

Dr. Brad Shuck



Few ideas have generated more excitement with leaders than employee engagement. Everyone wants more of it, yet application, measurement, and practice—not to mention results—vary widely across our industry. What seems to be missing from the conversation is a fundamental understanding of the science behind the engagement phenomenon, as well as a deeper understanding around how the practice of engagement is deeply connected to outcomes that matter every day, including our personal and work lives. Using the latest decision-science, learn to focus on uncovering the psychology of employee engagement to build toward workplace conditions that promote happier, committed, and healthier employees at all levels. This evidence-based, yet informal and relaxed Webinar is designed for professionals at all levels who hope to build a better place of work through sustainable, principle-based strategies – rather than prescribed, one-size fits all practices – that drive possibility and opportunity.

Dr. Brad Shuck uses evidenced-based, story-driven, and visually inspiring presentations show how leaders at all levels can build positive and inspiring places of work that improve performance, increase employee wellbeing, and influence peak motivation. His evidenced-based work on engagement and the employee value proposition has been featured in Forbes, The Washington Post, and TIME, as well as Business World Online, India’s Economic Times, and the Hindu Times. Dr. Shuck is an Associate Professor in the Human Resource and Organizational Development program at the University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky. Shuck holds faculty affiliate status with the Department of Counseling and Human Development (UofL) and has worked with the United States Army, Defense Language Institute, United States Navy, and The United States Air Force.


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