Employee Engagement Through Motivational Leadership
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It’s time to regain that winning attitude...
It’s time to change “I understand where the company is going” to “I believe in where the company is going.”
Get the tools you need to change "don't make waves" into "take intelligent risks" and "do nothing wrong" into "do something right" so that you transform your organization.
- Identify symptoms of disengagement. According to Blessing White, fewer than 33% of employees are “Engaged.” 18% are “Actively disengaged” and they’re busy acting out their unhappiness at work …every day.
- Restore the confidence and commitment needed to forge ahead in these difficult times
- Overcome the dysfunctions caused by disengagement
- Re-engage and refocus employees on success today and growth tomorrow
Who should attend
Owners, CEOs, COOs, VPs and HR executives.
One of the most important—and most difficult—things effective leaders do is engaging their team members. An effective leader promotes a workplace environment that supports adaptability, innovation, and growth. Through interactive discussions and exercises, you will learn to identify factors that generate engagement and disengagement and gain the tools to cultivate workplace relationships. Through role plays, you will practice conversations that sustain engagement during times of change and conflict.
- Analyze the impact of employee engagement throughout the organization
- Foster an engaging workplace environment that leverages the diverse capabilities of individuals
- Use the power of conversation to encourage engagement
- Employ best practices for engaging employees and promoting continuous growth
Overview of Engaging Leadership
- Engagement and Disengagement
- Characteristics and Behaviors of Engaging Leaders
- Engagement throughout the Organization
Engaging Diverse Audiences
- Engagement and Identity
- Leveraging Unique Motivators
Communicating toward Engagement
- Engagement Conversations
- Engaging through Change and Conflict
Leadership Tools Supporting Engagement
- Building Effective Relationships and Networks
- Encouraging Professional Growth
Who should attend
This course is designed for frontline supervisors and new middle managers. More experienced mid-level managers will also benefit from this course.