Four Simple Secrets to Engage Employees & Increase Performance

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Engaged employees equal higher-productivity and performance, lower turnover and advocates of your brand which translates into more qualified future candidates and overall success. The opposite is true for dis-engaged employees, which if allowed to fester can wreak havoc on a company’s culture, brand, and overall quality of work. This being said it’s surprising that (according to recent studies) only 30% of the US workforce is actively engaged at work.

For the University of Pennsylvania Health System, providing an exceptional care experience is highly dependent on engaging frontline staff to meet and exceed the expectations of patients and their families.  During this webcast they will share their four secrets to employee engagement including how they invest in leadership development, utilize collaboration, and invest in professional education.

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Judy L. Schueler
Senior Advisor, Office of the CEO Retired VP, Organization Development & Human ResourcesUniversity of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS)


Ms. Schueler was appointed Vice President, Organizational Development and Chief Human Resources Officer at the University of Pennsylvania Health System (UPHS) in June 2008 and is currently serving as Senior Advisor to the CEO.

Prior to her appointment at UPHS, she served as Vice President, Workforce Development and Chief Learning Officer at Vanguard Health System, supporting 17 business entities located in Phoenix, San Antonio, New England and Chicago. Ms. Schueler also served as Vice President and Chief Learning Officer at the University of Chicago Medical Center from 1990 through 2004. During her tenure, she and her team launched the UCH Academy in 1990, one of the first corporate universities in health care in the United States.


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