Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Clarence Brown Conference Center
Keys to Employee Engagement & Organizational Loyalty
Did you know?
- Only about 25% of employees in most US organizations (both for-profit and non-profit) are FULLY ENGAGED in the mission of the organization,
- Approximately 50% are marginally engaged, and
- Around 25% are actively disengaged!
In our high-tech and disconnected world, the loyalty of employees, customers, clients, and members is more and more positively impacted through a RELATIONAL CULTURE of Putting People First!
What is involved in building this Relational Culture?
- Getting to truly KNOW PEOPLE. Why is this important? You can only effectively lead people that you know.
- Meeting people’s RELATIONAL NEEDS. You’ll learn about the 10 Key Needs we all have!
- Putting People First is good for business…no matter what “business” you are in!
- GIVING FIRST to people is foundational to a Relational Culture - and it begins with ME!
Your organization’s culture will either amplify or undermine your great strategies. Join us on August 9 to learn how to create a Relational Culture that amplifies your organization!
About the Speaker:
Brian McCoy was born in Galveston, Texas and graduated from Ball High School in 1972. He graduated from Texas Tech University in 1975 with a BBA in Finance. Brian married his high school sweetheart, Wetonnah Lane, in 1976, and they have two grown children, both married, and four grandchildren. Brian has been actively involved with McCoy’s Building Supply since the age of 17. Yard hand, truck driver, floor sales, Assistant Store Manager, Store Manager, Merchandise Manager, Vice President, Co-President, and President are all positions he has held during the past 50 years at McCoy’s.
A shareholder of McCoy’s, he currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Brian is also a partner in McCoy Remme Ranches, a cow-calf operation with land holdings in far West Texas. He serves as President of the Board of Directors of the Emmett & Miriam McCoy College of Business Administration Development Foundation at Texas State University. He has served as Past President of the Board of the Lumbermen’s Association of Texas and is an active Board Member of Intimate Life Ministries. Brian was selected for the Samaritan Center’s Ethics in Business Award in Austin in 2003. The San Marcos Chamber of Commerce chose him as Business Person of the Year in 2004. In 2006, he was honored as a Distinguished Alumnus of the Rawls College of Business Administration, and in 2012 as a Distinguished Alumnus of Texas Tech University.
About McCoy's Building Supply:
McCoy's Building Supply serves homeowners, repair/remodel contractors, and independent builders with 90 locations in five states, mostly in Texas. They have over 3,300 team members and had $1.4 billion in sales last year.