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From the Desk of Ryan Festerling: BizExpo Seminar

Today’s work environments have never been more complex. Companies can have some combination of remote, hybrid, or in-office employees.  

Employees do their best work when they feel a sense of safety, empowerment and can see the impact of their work.  It all starts and ends with having an engaged team. So what should employers do?

I have the privilege of being able to speak on this topic at the BizTimes Expo on May 22nd in Brookfield, Wisconsin. In my presentation, you will learn how to take simple concepts to a new level where your employees truly feel part of the solution to grow and make an impact. 

Whether you are looking to transform your culture or simply make sustainable improvements, you will learn strategies to empower your entire workforce to truly make engagement the differentiator in the long-term performance of your teams. 

To register, please visit www.biztimes.com/expo. I can’t wait to see you there and have a dialogue on how we can create winning cultures in times of chaos.

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