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How the Best Senior Leaders Pave the Way to Engagement

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You are the visible face of the organization. You set strategic goals, shape the organizational culture, and drive implementation to achieve your vision. And you are the chief architect of employee engagement.
 
Dale Carnegie’s research has identified specific behaviors you need to employ to create maximum engagement. These behaviors are the things you must do to build buy-in to your vision, trust in your judgment, and willingness and desire to make it happen with you.
 
To learn what the research uncovered and how you can implement the findings, please join us for this two-hour employee engagement workshop. How the Best Senior Leaders Pave the Way to Engagement will introduce a five-step model for creating and maintaining a culture of engagement at your organization. You will walk away with principles and actions you can implement to enhance belief and trust in senior leadership and pave the way to engagement. Register Today!

 
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United States Jacksonville, FL Thursday, October 02, 2014
08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
One morning for two hours
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Guyana East Bank Demerara Wednesday, October 08, 2014
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Who Should Attend

CEOs, COOs, Senior Management, Senior HR Professionals, Senior OD Professionals, and anyone in a position of leadership interested in learning how to create, strengthen, and maintain employee engagement.
 

Outline

What drives engagement and why it matters
Senior leadership attributes leading to engagement
The five steps for creating and maintaining an engaged workforce
How to build belief and trust in senior leadership
 

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