When employees are not actively engaged at work, not only do they suffer – the organization does as well. Workplaces with high levels of engagement have employees that are committed and feel a connection to the organization. Engaged employees are willing to use discretionary time, brainpower, and effort beyond what is expected of them. This workshop explores how employee engagement occurs more readily when employees are respected and cared for, when they do tasks that bring them satisfaction, and when they work in an organization that makes a difference. Participants will learn unique insights for increasing engagement and be challenged to think critically about their approach to employee engagement.
Price: $99.00 CAD
Credit Hours (CEU)
Some of the Topics Reviewed
- Employee Engagement Defined
- The Difference Between Motivation and Engagement
- The Three Levels of Engagement
- Traditional Views About Engagement
- Unintended Consequences of Punishments and Rewards
- New Views About Engagement
- Focus on Leadership and Culture
- Characteristics of Highly Engaged Workplaces
- Employee Engagement Assessment
- Six Crucial Keys Required for Engagement
- Strategies for Improving Engagement
At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Identify the signs of employee engagement within their organization
- Define traditional and current ways of thinking about engagement
- Assess the levels of employee engagement within their own organization
- Implement strategies for creating and maintaining employee engagement
About this Workshop
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Randy is the founder and Chief Vision Officer of ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership. He is an intuitive and visionary leader who, together with a team of employees and trainers, has positioned ACHIEVE to be a leading provider of professional development training. Randy is a Registered Social Worker who holds a Master of Social Work degree and a Bachelor’s degree in Conflict Resolution. He is passionate about sharing the importance of creating healthy workplace cultures, and believes that leadership requires us to always be intentional about what we do and how we do it. Randy is author of The Ordinary Leader, and co-author of The Culture Question, A Little Book About Trauma-Informed Workplaces, and Don’t Blame the Lettuce. He gives presentations on leadership and workplace culture to a wide range of audiences. Randy is a dynamic speaker who delivers insightful presentations that are engaging, humorous, and informative.
This is an intermediate level workshop for leaders, managers, supervisors, human resource personnel, and anyone who influences engagement in the workplace.