Talent Strategy: How Employee Engagement Pays Off
The talent experts at the Outside-In® Companies have teamed up with Peggy Eddens, the EVP of Human Capital at WSFS to present at our July Talent Seminar!
WSFS Bank Human Capital under the direction of Peggy Eddens has seen employee engagement climb to new levels of success. The institution is serious about customer service and research shows a high correlation between the engagement levels of employees and the satisfaction of customers. During this workshop you will learn about the unique, targeted approaches that are being employed to influence employee engagement at WSFS.
Further, you will gain insight into how talent strategy can have a dramatic impact on the financial performance of the firm. While other banks did well to weather the storm during the recent recession WSFS grew market share and improved financial performance. This vibrant program will give participants new tools to focus on people as the competitive advantage of the firm.
Join us and take the first steps to developing a new talent strategy playbook.
Get your ticket on Eventbrite today!
7:30-8:00 AM Enjoy breakfast and coffee and meet some new people!
8:00-8:45 AM Talent Seminar Presentation by presenter, Peggy Eddens
8:45-9:00 AM Q&A
This Talent Seminar has been submitted for HRCI credits.
About Presenter: Peggy Eddens, WSFS
Peggy H. Eddens was appointed Executive Vice President and Director of Human Capital Management in 2007, and named Chief Human Capital Officer in 2012. Prior to joining WSFS, she served as Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Development at NexTier Bank in Butler, Pa from 2003-2007. Her financial services career began in Pittsburgh at Mellon Bank where she held a variety of training and human resources management positions for over a 20 year span, culminating in her role as First Vice President and Regional Human Resources Director for Citizens Bank following the merger. She received her MS in Human Resource Management from LaRoche College and her BS in Business Administration from Robert Morris University.
Peggy is very community involved and serves on the Junior Achievement (JA) of DE board and is a member of the JA Leadership Council. She is also on the board for Delaware Humane Association (DHA) and chairs the DHA Personnel Committee. She is a member of the University of Delaware Employer Advisory group and has served as the program director for the University of Delaware School of Continuing Studies for the Strategic Human Capital Certificate program. Peggy also serves on the Events Committee for the Little Sisters of the Poor. She volunteers as a guest presenter for various local colleges and has been a key note speaker for affiliated organizations, across the country.
Peggy married her high school sweetheart, Greg and they have two sons. She and her husband live in Hockessin. Her hobbies include bird watching, walking, reading and shopping! And Peggy is a die-hard Steelers and Penguins fan too!
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