Annual Gallup polls since 2000 have found that 71% of American workers are “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” in their jobs. Not surprisingly, this employee disengagement costs the US a lot—about $300 billion per year—in lost productivity. Today, the pressure is on us, as leaders, to reverse this trend and create an environment that fosters motivation and commitment. This workshop will examine fundamental principles of and catalysts for engaging and motivating employees. You can move your employees from disengagement to reengagement by supporting their progress and making their work meaningful. Even if you have attended a workshop on motivation before, it is time to become acquainted with the newest research.
identify key drivers in engagement
examine some of the latest research about the link between engagement and high performance
create a more autonomous environment for your employees
replace “if-then” rewards with “now that” rewards
lead and engage different generations
develop engagement strategies and an action plan to put to work back on the job
Supervisors, team leaders, managers and directors