The Manager-Employee Relationship: The Bottom Line for Engagement
The bottom line for engagement is that managers matter. As a front-line manager you have more control over your employees' engagement levels than any other contributing factor—more than senior management, more than company pride, and even more than money! You are the biggest determining factor of your team's willingness to go the extra mile or even stay with your company. Dale Carnegie Training recently conducted independent research to determine the exact behaviors that managers need to exhibit to have an engaged workforce.
The Manager-Employee Relationship: The Bottom Line for Engagement is a two-hour workshop designed to provide you with the tools necessary to create a value-driven culture that will raise confidence levels and make employees feel inspired, enthusiastic, and empowered to achieve higher levels of performance. Participants will learn the critical actions they must consistently demonstrate to drive engagement with their employees. The workshop will be interactive. You will practice a process for conducting an engagement interview, learn person-centered leadership strategies, and walk away with a proven formula for giving personalized recognition that will inspire and motivate employees to higher levels of engagement.
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Friday, February 20, 2015
08:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Who Should Attend
Managers who want to reduce instances of turnover, increase productivity, and build a workforce that is aligned with the goals of the organization.
What drives employee engagement and why the manager's role is critical
Ways to create a value-driven workplace to inspire discretionary effort
How to strengthen engagement levels through person-centered leadership strategies
A model for providing meaningful praise and recognition to maintain high performance