Posted by: kurtsh | May 15, 2017

WEBCAST: Managers Matter – “How data science reveals good manager behaviors”, June 14, 10:00AM PT


What do managers of highly engaged teams do differently every day?
A Gallup study found that manager behaviors drive at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement. While executives can quantify discrete business outcomes like revenue and profitability, manager behaviors that contribute to those outcomes often remain unclear, unquantified, and unseen. In this webinar, attendees will learn how behavioral analysis of the digital signals from the collaboration systems we use every day can reveal specific behavior changes that make managers more effective.

  • imageRyan Fuller
    General Manager, Workplace Analytics, Microsoft
    Ryan Fuller was the CEO and co-founder of VoloMetrix, a leading people analytics company acquired by Microsoft in 2015. Within Microsoft, Ryan leads Workplace Analytics, a business unit focused on leveraging the power of collaboration data to inform strategic business decisions at the individual and organizational level. Ryan is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review and speaker at industry events. Ryan was previously a management consultant at Bain & Company and holds an MBA from Kellogg School of Management.
  • imageNina Shikaloff
    Senior Program Manager, Workplace Analytics, Microsoft
    Nina delivers actionable insights for improving organizational efficiency and talent management to Fortune 500 companies using Workplace Analytics. She previously led analytic consulting, R&D and product management functions at FICO and InfoCentricity.

Microsoft executives Ryan Fuller and Nina Shikaloff, published authors in Harvard Business Review, will share insights and best practices based on research conducted by Microsoft for Fortune 100 companies. They will highlight how analysis of collaboration data revealed unique manager behaviors and how those insights can increase manager effectiveness and employee engagement. Join us!


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