Introduction to Employee Engagement
There are few better feelings than being immersed in what you’re doing.
When this connection occurs with our work occurs we feel productive, unstressed, fulfilled, timeless, stimulated and energised.
Unfortunately, too many people don’t feel this connection. They don’t get to enjoy these benefits and feel their job is a miserable job, one that they dread going to and can’t wait to leave.
This course focuses on what causes a miserable job and how managers can help employees to have a fulfilling job.
It’s is based on Patrick Lencioni’s book The Truth About Employee Engagement in which he tackles the universal problem of job dissatisfaction.
Is This Course for Me?
This course is for managers at any level. The ‘job misery model’ gives managers a framework and tools to engage, motivate and retain employees by eliminating the three primary causes of job misery. This course is also for managers who want to increase productivity, improve employee retention and gain a reputation as a manager people want to work for.
Course Contents Include
- What is Employee Engagement?
- The difference between a bad job and a miserable job
- The costs of a miserable job
- The causes of a miserable job
- How to overcome the 3 signs of a miserable job
- The benefits of managing for a miserable job
- You’ll learn a practical, new approach for engaging employees to maximize their potential
- You’ll learn how a manager’s relationship with their direct manager is the most important determinant to employee satisfaction, more than pay, benefits, perks and work-life balance.
- You’ll learn the importance on an ‘Anti-Misery Worksheet
- You’ll learn about the Team Profile Workshop
- You’ll learn guidelines for initiating conversations with your team
- You’ll learn Action Steps for overcoming the Three Signs of a Miserable Job
What Happens On The Day?
- Your one day course will commence at 9.30 am and close at 4.30 pm.
- Coffee will be served from 9.00 am
You’ll receive all the learning materials you need
- You’ll receive a Post Training Action Plan to record personal action-oriented notes to help you apply your learning in the real world.
The world hates changes, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.
Charles Kettering (1876–1958) US automobile engineer.
He developed the electric starter in 1912 and went on to discover tetraethyl lead as an antiknock agent and to define the octane rating of fuels.
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