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April 7th 2021: Elevating the Workplace Through Engagement and Well-Being

Soliciting and listening deeply to understand the perspectives and experiences of your employees, and taking action on the feedback, is a business imperative that cannot be overlooked in today’s business world. People crave meaning and purpose in their lives, and work is a profoundly important contributing component. Conducting regular, anonymous employee engagement surveys to continue the open exchange between employees and leaders is essential for individual flourishing and company success. Going beyond measures to improve engagement and equip employees with training to address and manage th

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Sherri Elliott-Yeary

Sherri Elliott-Yeary is the founder and CEO of human resources consulting company Sherri Elliott-Yeary, LLC, as well as the author of Ties to Tattoos: Turning Generational Differences into a Competitive Advantage, now in its Second Edition and the series Crack the Millennial Code. Sherri has quickly become known as the “Generational Guru. Mrs. Elliott-Yeary has over 28 years’ experience as a trusted human resource advisor and trainer for organizations ranging from small startups to large international corporations. Prior to starting her own speaking and consulting business, Ms. Sherri Elliott-Yeary served as the Vice President of HR & Risk for Snelling Staffing Services and as the Human Res
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