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By Procore Editorial staff
October 8, 2018
For any industry, and especially given the construction industry's labor shortage, it's more important now than ever that your company is maximizing and engaging it's most valuable resource – its employees.
Click below to download the entire free “Three Steps to Building an Engaged Workforce ” webinar.
If you're looking to develop, retain and grow your workforce of the best employees, tune in to hear the three steps you can start applying today to build and sustain engagement for your business.
With more than 12 years experience coaching organizations and individual contributors to solve some of their toughest challenges and maximize their effectiveness, Gregory Gills, Procore's Sr. Director of Organizational Effectiveness, will share the key components of:
• Building an engaged and connected workforce across multiple generations
• How to give employees what they need to lead and sustain engagement
• Developing employees and creating a better business
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