The Employee Engagement Workshop:

Trends & Strategies for Growth in 2024

Tuesday, March 26 • 12pm ET

Join us for a complimentary workshop-style webinar to learn key trends affecting employee engagement, our model for growth, and specific strategies to boost employee engagement.

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About the Workshop

A full two-thirds of employees in the U.S. are disengaged at work, costing U.S. businesses $1.9 trillion annually. Employee engagement is the heart of any organization; without productive, effective employees, businesses can’t thrive. Savvy executives recognize DEI as one of many strategies for achieving the organizational outcomes every board demands: profitability, growth, reputation management, and risk mitigation. Based on our work with hundreds of clients from around the world, we have identified several trends for the coming year that inform how you can boost employee engagement and your bottom line.

Join us for a one-hour workshop-style webinar as TDM expert Kurt Merriweather covers:

  • Key trends and predictions for 2024
  • How employee engagement drives bottom line outcomes
  • Tactics to increase engagement by developing psychological safety, genuine relationships, and inclusive leadership 

Meet the Host

Kurt Merriweather, CDE

Co-founder & VP of Innovation, The Diversity Movement

Kurt is an accomplished business strategist and marketing executive with a passion for helping organizations implement growth strategies. He is a Certified Diversity Executive and thought leader on building teams through the integration of DEI and technology. Kurt has worked for global brands like Discovery, AOL, and Procter & Gamble. With over 20 years of experience, Kurt's approach to advising clients and developing strategy blends creative thinking and data analysis. He is an avid speaker, a workshop leader, and a patent holder. Kurt holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from The Ohio State University and a MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He advises startups through Google for Startups Black Founders Exchange and mentors students at UNC and SKEMA Business School. Kurt also serves on NC TECH’s Board of Advisors.

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