On-demand webinar

Using Tech to Connect and Motivate your Workforce

It’s no secret that the typical work environment as we now know it is fast-paced, digital-centric, and different every single day.

But when your employees are spread out (and spread thin), it can be challenging to get everyone on the same page when it comes to expectations, collaboration, and the future-state of your business.

That’s why finding new and innovative ways to connect and motivate your workforce has become more critical than ever. Embracing new methods in your company—such as implementing technology or updating processes—can be a game-changer when it comes to equipping your employees with the tools they need for success, but…where should you even start?

Join us for “Using Technology to Connect and Motivate Your Workforce” as Tracie Sponenberg (Chief People Officer for The Granite Group) and David Butler (Client Success Manager with BizLibrary) dive into the various ways technology can be utilized to foster a strong sense of connection among all of your teams—from interns to C-suite and everyone in between. Together, we’ll explore innovative tools and platforms that enable seamless communication, collaboration, knowledge, and connectivity within all levels of your organization. 

  • The role of technology in fostering employee connectivity and engagement.
  • Driving performance, productivity, and growth through learning platforms.
  • Leveraging digital collaboration tools for seamless communication and knowledge sharing.
  • Personalized feedback and performance management through tech-driven solutions.
  • Gamification and rewards: Motivating employees through digital platforms.
  • Overcoming challenges and best practices for implementing technology-enabled strategies.

Join us to see how you can unlock the potential of advanced technology to transform the way you manage benefits and create a more satisfied and engaged workforce.

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