Virtual Discussion

Unlocking Organizational Potential through Effective Employee Listening Strategies

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Session Focus: Enhancing Engagement through Strategic Employee Listening and Feedback Integration

In today's dynamic work environment, actively listening and responding to employee feedback is more crucial than ever. It fosters a culture of trust, engagement, and continuous improvement, driving organizational success. This exclusive Zoom session, explicitly designed for HR leaders, delves into the art and science of Employee Listening Strategies, offering actionable insights and innovative approaches to elevate your listening frameworks. Join us for a transformative discussion where we will explore:
  • The Importance of Employee Voice: Understanding employee feedback's critical role in organizational health and its impact on engagement, retention, and performance.
  • Innovative Listening Channels: This section overviews traditional and cutting-edge platforms for gathering employee feedback, from surveys and focus groups to digital platforms and social listening tools.
  • Analyzing Feedback for Actionable Insights: Techniques for effectively analyzing employee feedback, identifying trends, and prioritizing actions that align with your organization's strategic goals.
  • Creating a Culture of Openness: Strategies for fostering an environment where employees feel valued, heard, and empowered to share their insights and ideas.
  • Case Studies and Best Practices: Real-world examples of successful employee listening strategies and the tangible benefits they have brought to organizations.
  • Interactive Q&A Session: This is an opportunity to share challenges, successes, and questions with a community of HR peers dedicated to enhancing employee listening in their organizations.
Whether you're looking to refine your existing listening programs or build new strategies from the ground up, this session will equip you with the knowledge and tools to make employee listening a cornerstone of your HR practice. Don't miss this chance to transform your organization through the power of active listening.


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Richard Busby
Director, Project Management OfficeIMSA

About Richard Busby


I love enabling people to perform work that need to get done, finding meaning and high satisfaction. I do this through mentoring, coaching, and practical support systems. I have extensive experience in corporate L&D, Learning Architecture, and Academic management. I am the founder of

Edward DesRosiers
Senior Learning Development ConsultantAvanade

About Edward DesRosiers


Professional with over twenty-five years experience in the IT field including over twenty years in Learning and Development. Expertise with legal technology, eDiscovery, E-Mail Archiving, help desk operations, network management, cloud computing and system/software implementation and redesign. Possesses an extensive knowledge of various computer hardware, software, peripherals, programming tools, languages, and platforms. I earned a Paralegal certificate with Honors from Roosevelt University. Currently leading a Microsoft Certification Program

Tresha Lovell
Talent Development ManagerWisconsin Talent Leaders
Wisconsin Talent Leaders

About Tresha Lovell


Corporate learning and business development professional successful at designing and implementing learning programs that improve business performance. Highly experienced in delivering training for complex technology solutions, systems, Microsoft Applications, and consultative sales methodologies. Proven communicator and presenter with direct experience creating and delivering web-based and classroom training courses.

Megan Bickle
Head of Talent Development, Org Effectiveness and Employee ListeningAmplitude

About Megan Bickle


As a forward-thinking HR professional, Megan is deeply passionate about shaping the culture of organizations through talent and organizational development initiatives. With a wealth of experience spanning all aspects of talent management, Megan has particular expertise in change management and organizational transformation. Most recently, Megan served as the lead for Employee Listening, Engagement, and Culture initiatives at Western Digital, building on her impressive leadership roles at Dropbox, GE Digital, and Ubisoft. Megan's academic credentials include a Master's in Organizational Development from the University of San Francisco and a Bachelor's in Organizational Leadership from Marquette University. Beyond her work, Megan is an avid runner who has set her sights on the New York City Marathon this November. With her unique blend of professional expertise and personal drive, Megan is poised to make an impact on any organization lucky enough to work with her.

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