Top Five Ways to Attract, Retain + Keep Employees Engaged in 2022 with Ronee Andersen, MBA, SPHR, CTACC
This Top Five series will feature experts in human resources, marketing, accounting, IT and others. They will introduce five things on certain topic that will help you be successful in your small business.
Attracting, Retaining, and Keeping Employees Engaged in 2022
During the Great Resignation and employee shortages, you need to bring your A game to attract and retain top talent. In this session, learn what you need to do to develop your A game to attract the right candidates and retain your top employees.
Give your employees L.O.V.E. so they never want to leave.
Discover how to market your business to attract top job applicants.
Learn how to Interview for culture fit.
Understand what your top performers want from you for them to stay.
Learn what you need as a manager for your employees to thrive.
Ronee Andersen founded Coaching and Consulting by Ronee in May of 2019. Her business focuses on helping leaders and small business owners reach their full potential by leveraging leadership, emotional intelligence, team building, diversity and company culture.
Prior to starting her own business, Ronee worked in is Human Resource for 20 years overseeing the HR function for 10 of those years. She has experience working in companies from 50 to 6,000 employees. Those companies have included family-owned businesses, private and publicly traded companies, as well as city and county government. She has held positions as HR Officer, HR Director, and Senior HR Director. She has been a contributing member of the leadership and executive teams.
Ronee has held her Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification since 2003. She has an MBA with an emphasis in Human Resources graduating with a 4.0. She is a certified coach through Coach Training Alliance. Ronee, also, has an Advanced Certificate in Strategic HR from Cornell University and a Certificate in Organizational Analysis from Stanford University.
She is the Marketing Director for the Iowa Chapter of the International Coaching Federation; she is the Co-vice Chair on a committee for Women in Bio and is a volunteer for ISU’s Start-up Factory.