Times are changing. Businesses are transforming. Employees are engaging. Welcome to The Social Workplace.
The Social Workplace is a thought leadership blog for organizations who understand that having a high performance organization and an engaged workforce are complementary goals, and that both are necessary for maximizing success. Employee engagement is multi-faceted: there is no one magical solution for every employee. The drivers of engagement differ from company to company, department to department, and employee to employee. That’s why The Social Workplace believes there are two key areas of transformation: 1) implement high performing systems that streamline business and people processes to enable productivity; and, 2) leverage the employee lifecycle to create a sustaining and engaging experience that drives relevancy and adoption.
Elizabeth is a globally recognized thought leader and key note speaker on employee engagement, social intranets, employee / employer branding, and the holistic social transformation of business processes and HR functions to simultaneously drive employee productivity and business results. She is an extroverted geek (yes, this is an oxymoron) who likes to get elbows deep in the back-end technology but also understands the front-end emotional engagement it takes to support and inspire employees. On a completely unrelated topic, she also loves shoes.
Elizabeth is a board member of the Social Media and Employee Communications Advisory for the Institute for Human Resources, and is a member of SHRM and the ANA Marketing Social Media committee. She is listed in Top 10 Social Enterprise Business Leaders to Follow on Twitter, HR Examiner’s Top 25 Online Influencers in Talent Management, Top 10 Influencers in Enterprise 2.0, and Traackr.com’s A-list for influencers in enterprise social media.
Elizabeth is a featured author and contributor to many publications including Social Media Today, Ragan Communications, the Employee Engagement Network, Social Enterprise Today, Human Capital League, and HR Magazine UK.
Elizabeth is Director, External Communications and Engagement at BAE Systems, Inc. where she is responsible for delivering communication strategies that support change management across vertical and horizontal lines of businesses, engage and inform employees, bridge external and internal messaging, and that deliver communication messages through interactive and social digital channels.