Learn to Measure and Improve Employee Engagement
Most organizations recognize the importance of fostering an engaged workforce, but struggle to make meaningful improvements on their employee engagement levels. Dale Carnegie’s research uncovers specific areas that organizations can focus on to build a confident, empowered, and engaged workforce.
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Develop Your Leadership Potential: Stop Doing, Start Leading
Give your emerging leaders and your high potential employees the skills to transition from a high performer or a good supervisor into an effective and engaging leader.
Outcomes of Making Employee Engagement a Daily Priority
Employees are 4x more likely to be willing to do what it takes to get the job done when their leaders make employee engagement an everyday habit.View Infographic
Building courage and confidence, we invigorate your employees and help you enhance your own management style to elicit the best your team –and your career–has to offer
Serrinea Granville, JP Morgan Chase
Glenn Kalokira, Estee Lauder
Macha Ross, Google
What Impacts Employee Engagement Most?
In an effort to drive engagement, organizations often focus on too many things, thinking they need to fix everything at once. Our research shows that three drivers can have a significant influence on employee engagement rates and should be focused on first.
- Trust in leadership
- Relationship with the manager
- Pride in organization
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Employee Engagement: It's Time to Go 'All In'
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Employees don’t leave companies; they leave their manager. Through practical steps and some emotional intelligence, immediate supervisors can become the key to driving employee motivation, morale, and satisfaction to new levels, along with retention rates, customer satisfaction scores, and revenue.
Creating Cultures that Engage and Retain Millennials & Generation Z
Millennials have now eclipsed all others in the workplace in terms of size. Understanding how younger workers think, operate, and what engages them is more important now than ever before for building a vibrant and sustainable work team.
Emotional Drivers of Employee Engagement
Emotions and engagement are deeply-interconnected. Every touchpoint of the employee experience can elicit emotions – some of which drive.
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