November 20 , 2018

7/10 2PM ET Webinar: Motivating Employees to Produce Higher Quality Referrals w/ @DrJohnSullivan

Meeting Description:

During this highly interactive session, Dr. John Sullivan will provide you with tips, action steps, best practices and he will also answer your individual questions during the webinar. If you’re striving to “re-energize” your current program or to start a new one, you can be assured that you will leave this webinarwith a handful of effective solutions and a sense of excitement.

Key topic areas to be covered include:

  •  Identifying the top reasons why employees don’t refer
  • Identifying the reasons why employees reduce their referrals over time and how to increase referrals after an employee’s initial list of contacts is used up
  • The most impactful motivator, “Do it for the team and your coworkers”
  • Using creative rewards and recognition to excite
  • Identifying pockets of referral resistance within your organization
  • Save your effort, these practices have little impact
  • The best practices in employee excitement practiced at the top firms


About Dr John Sullivan

Dr John Sullivan is an internationally known HR thought-leader from the Silicon Valley who specializes in providing bold and high business impact; strategic Talent Management solutions to large corporations.

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