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Chapter Event: Engagement. Productivity. Profit.

  • 08/08/2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • NYIT: 1855 Broadway, New York, NY 10023 (between 60th & 61st)
  • 17


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Engage your employees to increase productivity and profit.

Be part of this dynamic and thought-provoking session, in which Lily Benjamin’s background will inspire the generation of ideas on how to foster a culture of engagement and performance in your own organization. Lily will draw from her own experience on championing and driving enterprise-wide large-scale change management strategies to increase employee engagement, despite inherent and overwhelming challenges of doing more with less in today’s marketplace. During this session, workgroup exercises will focus on the following objectives:

* Gaining support from c-suite leadership

* Aligning professional development initiatives with overall business strategies

* Identifying strategies to increase employee engagement and personalize talent development

* Sharing best practices in a globally matrixed organization

According to recent research on the service-profit chain, there is a direct correlation between engagement and profitability. For this reason, focusing on employee engagement is a business imperative and a key to improving business performance. Employee engagement is a hot topic, as it has become understood that value is created by satisfied, loyal, and productive employees. Keeping employees satisfied and retaining top talent is a challenge due to changes in the global marketplace, as organizations have become flatter. There are now more interdependencies all around, both internally and externally.

Increasing engagement by leveraging the service-profit chain does not happen by chance. Elite CEOs and senior leadership must focus not only on clients but also on strategies of engagement that promote employee commitment and increased organizational performance. Leadership must be strategic and visible, as it is the perception of support that promotes employee loyalty to the success of the company, which leads to positive organizational performance.

In this session, Lily will draw from her experience in designing and integrating employee engagement strategies, generating significant cost savings, productivity, and organizational performance. 

About the Presenter: 

Lily Benjamin

SVP Leadership & Organizational Development

A global talent development and organization design executive, responsible for learning, leadership development, diversity & inclusion, organization design & transformation.

Sought after for leadership experience championing and driving enterprise-wide talent and change management initiatives aligned with business strategy, to build globally matrixed, multi-site organizations in the medical, financial, and consumer products industries.

Track record on creating and implementing globally integrated, competency-based talent management strategies and programs (career planning, performance management process, succession planning, and leadership development) to leverage human capital, successfully develop leaders, and manage the talent pipeline globally to meet current and future business needs.

Effective at designing, implementing, harmonizing and integrating programs, policies, processes, and metrics, to generate significant cost savings, productivity and overall organizational performance, while establishing landmark best practices for future change management needs.

Strong reputation as an insightful, inclusive and decisive leader, who fosters collaborative partnerships based on trust, inspires multi-cultural teams and builds high performing organizations.

Areas of expertise: Talent Management and Strategy - Organizational Design & Development - Executive Coaching & Leadership Development - Performance Management – Diversity & Inclusion - Change Management - Succession Planning - Employee Engagement - Business Strategy - Vendor Management - Negotiation & Conflict Resolution


PhD candidate in Business Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Master’s degree in Organization Development, American University

Bachelor’s degree in Critical Care Nursing, Medical Campus, University of Puerto Rico

Certified on Diversity & Inclusion, Cornell University, School of Labor Relations

Multiple executive coaching and leadership development certifications

Resides in New York City

Write articles for the Red Shoe Movement to empower men and women on their career goals by providing tools and strategies for success.

Proficient in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Find her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lilybenjamin/ 

Telephone: 212.479.7397
Email: contact@atdnyc.org

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