The rules of engagement have changed

  • April 15, 2015
  • 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Metropolitan Hotel, Connaught Room, 645 Howe Street, Vancouver
  • 1


  • plus GST
  • plus GST

Advance registration and payment is required. Cancellation: 72-hour notice
Registration is closed

The rules of engagement have changed… our April 15 session will include a discussion on how to manage your employees as if they are real people! Current trends and best practices in recognition and engagement.

How engaged are your employees today? Bi Worldwide has conducted global research to find out. You might find this an interesting tool which will give you a personal experience with the “New Rules” prior to the April 15 Learning Event. You are invited to complete the What’s Your Number Now? personal engagement assessment. What’s Your Number Now? is a confidential way to get personalized advice about your level of engagement at work right now. It’s based on BI WORLDWIDE’S New Rules of Engagement, the 12 elements their proprietary research shows to be most critical to creating a highly engaged place to work. The online survey takes only a few minutes to complete, and you can save your results in a pdf. Bring your number with you to our session. It will be interesting to see how we all compare. You’re also welcome to return any time to update your results, and please share this with your team! Go to:

Andrew Clark
President of BI WORLDWIDE Canada

Andrew has spoken around the world and been actively engaged in channel, employee and consumer engagement for the past 25 years. Holding a range of senior management positions in a variety of locations throughout Canada, Andrew Clark started his career in the ski industry in Alberta. Subsequently he worked in the hospitality & travel industry across Canada and around the world leading international market development teams in; the U.S. Mexico, Japan, Korea, China, Australia, UK, France and Germany, India, and Brazil.

BI WORLDWIDE helps customers improve their results by changing attitudes and behaviours. They use the disciplines of analytics, learning, goal setting, communications, events, awards, and measurement. These tools are then applied in many ways to change the attitudes or behaviours of a sales or distribution channel, employee group, or consumers. BI WORLDWIDE Canada is a division of BI WORLDWIDE a global engagement agency.

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