February luncheon: Creating a Culture of Engagement with Elizabeth King

Have you heard the phrase “People don’t quit jobs – they quit bosses?” This statement is actually true. According to a recent study by Dale Carnegie, 75% of workers who voluntarily left their jobs did so because of their bosses and not the position itself.

As business leaders, it’s important to retain your top talent and reduce churn. So how can you become a better leader and create stronger relationships with your employees?

Join the Jenks Chamber of Commerce at the Hive, 115 S. First St. on Wednesday, February 17 for Creating a Culture of Engagement. This presentation will discuss the impact of leaders on employee engagement, the real factors that motivate employees, and how you can influence and better engage your team. Attendees will walk away with action steps to improve your leadership skills and increase employee engagement.

Elizabeth King, APR, is a public relations professional with nearly 20 years of experience in community relations, employee engagement and education, fundraising and foundation administration, internal and external communications and event management. For more information, visit www.ElizabethKingConsulting.com.

About Elizabeth:
Elizabeth King, APR, is a public relations professional with nearly 20 years of experience in community relations, employee engagement and education, fundraising and foundation administration, internal and external communications and event management.
A native Oklahoman, King is a graduate of Loyola University New Orleans’ award winning school of mass communications and earned her Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) from the Public Relations Society of America. She was named Young Professional of the Year by the PRSA-Tulsa Chapter in 2005.
King has worked in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors and understands the unique challenges and opportunities in both environments. Her experience allows her to utilize her talents to create strategies that bridge the two communities.
Throughout her career, King has been an active community volunteer with a passion for education and children’s issues. Volunteer organizations include Family & Children’s Services, Emergency Infant Services, Junior Achievement of Oklahoma, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Tulsa and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma.

 

RSVP to nick.demoss[at]jenkschamber.com by Monday, Feb. 15 to attend.

The cost to attend is $15 for Chamber members, $20 for non-members.