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Employee Empowerment: The Prime Component of Sustainable Change Management

November 11, 2020
12:00 PM PST | 03:00 PM EST
60 Minutes
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Employee Empowerment analyzes the workplace conditions in an attempt to answer one of the most discussed questions in the business world:

how do we get our human capital assets more engaged in the organization? Proposing the introduction of the Theory of Constraints – Lean – Six Sigma (TLS) Continuum Empowerment model, the author walks us through the model and how it could benefit employees and organizations as a whole.

Baes on the book Employee Empowerment: The Prime Component of Sustainable Change Management, this book makes the case that when human capital assets take ownership of the processes in place, a greater engagement is achieved, and thus, a more empowered organization. Breaking down the levels of empowerment in three stages, Employee Empowerment works towards the notion that if employees are more engaged, they will empower the organization at all levels to introduce sustainable management to resolve problems within the organization.

An ideal read for change management specialists, managers, HR consultants ad continuous process improvement professionals. This book presents the interdependence of empowerment and engagements to bring about sustainable change management by using real-world problems and solutions.

Why should you Attend: The key question confronting organizations today is how do we get our organizations more engaged? A flood of research tells us that our employees are not engaged as a whole, using our organizations just to earn a paycheck. This webinar will introduce you to the TLS Continuum Empowerment Model, which will explain the difference between a classical and an empowered organization. It further provides a road map on how to change your organization into an empowered one. It shows you the path to having your employees more empowered by becoming more engaged through taking ownership of the processes making them better employees.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Definition of empowerment
  • Role of empowerment within your organization
  • The TLS Continuum Empowerment Model
  • The empowered management
  • The empowered cross-functional team
  • The empowered individual
  • Empowerment and Engagement

Who Will Benefit:
  • C-Level executives
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Stakeholders
  • Front-Line employees

Daniel T. Bloom is a well-respected author, speaker and HR strategist, who during his career has worked as a contingency executive recruiter, member of the internal HR staff of a Fortune 1000 corporation, and a Corporate Relocation Director for several real estate firms. He is an active participant within the HR social Media scene maintaining blogs on, Human Capital League; Recruiting Blogs, Brandergy and Toolbox for HR. He has also written over 40 articles, which have appeared on line and in print; along with four books (Just Get Me There- 2005 and Achieving HR Excellence through Six Sigma -2013, Field Guide to Achieving HR Excellence through Six Sigma - 2016, The Exceptional Educational System: Using Six Sigma to Transform Schools - 2017).

He is a member of the Suncoast HR Management Association; Worldwide ERC; and the American Society for Quality. He is also a member of the Six Sigma Black Belt Review Board at St. Petersburg College. Dan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Parsons College and his Six Sigma Black Belt training from the Engineering and Technology Program at St. Petersburg College. He holds certifications as a Senior Professional in Human Resources, and as a Six Sigma Black Belt.

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