ROADMAP TO BUILDING A CULTURE OF ENGAGEMENT
IMPROVE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Employee engagement is a hot topic right now in both the public and private sectors. More and more organizations realize that a key to boosting performance is improving employee engagement. What do engaged employees look like?
Engaged employees …
- Understand the organization’s objectives.
- Know their own role.
- Work with passion and enthusiasm
- Are motivated to go above and beyond their job descriptions.
According to the results of Aon Hewitt’s Engagement 2.0 Employee Study highly engaged employees have significantly better outcomes across these business drivers:
- Quality of products
- Customer satisfaction
- Revenue growth
when compared to moderately engaged, passive, or actively disengaged employees.
Critical Factors must be addressed to create a culture of engagement.
-Aon Hewitt Study
Date & Time: November 21, 9am-4:30pm
Location: Lincoln Center 2, Blloku, Rr. Ismail Qemali, #31
Audience: Department heads and managers.
Cost : 100 Euro per participant. Includes lunch and two coffee breaks.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
At the end of this learning program participants will be able to:
- Describe the characteristics of engaged employees
- List the factors that must be addressed to create an organizational culture where employees are engaged.
- Use a variety of leadership behaviors that will impact employee perceptions and the level of engagement of employees
- Create an action plan (road map) to guide their future use of the leadership behavior tactics that will increase employee engagement
For more than thirty years, David has provided training in areas such as emotional intelligence, conflict resolution and communication to thousands of global business professionals in the US, Europe and Asia. David has held positions as an international trainer working for global companies including the Boston Consulting Group, Thomson-Reuters, IBM, the Forum Corporation and Thermo Fisher Scientific. His professional experience includes training in industries, such as manufacturing, financial services, business consulting, software development and distribution.