CCODN June 21 Event: Engagement & The Carrot Principle

  • 21 Jun 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Franklin University, Phillips Hall Rm 220/220A, 303 S. Grant


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Engagement and The Carrot Principle

Recognition expert Jeff Birk presents to executive leadership teams and conferences throughout the world.  This presentation is a powerful way to introduce leaders to the bottom line benefits of stronger employee engagement and the vital role of recognition to an organization. 

This speech builds its foundation on the research found in The Carrot Principle.  Jeff Birk speaks from the groundbreaking findings of a 10-year, 200,000-person study on leadership effectiveness.  He also highlights compelling examples of leaders from ordinary organizations that have positively transformed business results through the use of employee recognition.  Birk will then lead a lively discussion of how your organization can build high performance teams that outperform their peers by adopting The Carrot Principle.  The presentation concludes with specific examples and hints for leaders who are ready to get started on a recognition strategy or are looking to enhance their current recognition abilities.

Jeff Birk, O.C. Tanner
- Motivate.  Train.  Educate.  Empower.  Jeff Birk, Manager of Speaking and Training, has a knack for it.  He's made a career of it for the last 25 years, working as a trainer, speaker and trade show presenter and corporate emcee for the likes of Iomega, Novell and 3COM.  He's a lean, mean training machine, blending his sales experience with business acumen to engage and inspire our clients to deliver great work.  The music of John Williams, Led Zeppelin and Rachmaninoff inspires him and he shares this personal credo:  "Talk only of happiness, progress and prosperity."  Jeff lives in the Salt Lake area with his wife and daughter. 

Sarah Murphy, Grange Insurance
- Sarah and two of her team members became certified to present The Carrot Principle Leadership Development course to Grange Insurance leaders.  Sarah will discuss the impact the training has had on those leaders and their teams, along with the impact of recognition on engagement and other key outcomes. 

Date:          Thursday, June 21, 2012
Time:          5:30 check in, dinner & networking
                  6:00 - 7:30 pm - Program     
Location:     Franklin University
Price:          CCODN Member - $15 through June 18
                  CCODN Non-member - $30 through June 18
                  Walk-Ins/At the door - $35 (members &
                  First time guests - Free - must contact
         to receive code
                  prior to registering and must register online
                  by the advance registration date of June 18

Cancellation/No Show Policy:
If you are unable to attend the event, please email by 12:00 p.m. the day before the event is scheduled to take place.  Cancellations/no shows after the time indicated will not be reimbursed; however, you may have a substitute attend the event in our place. 

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