Empowered Employees: Managing & Retaining Them in the New Hybrid Workplace
Gain insights from a global workplace study designed to better understand what drives employee engagement in today’s empowered workplace.
The workplace has changed dramatically over the past few years. It’s not just remote and hybrid work, employees’ expectations of their employers and managers have also shifted. With plentiful employment options, empowered employees now require more than ever. Learn how to build a culture of employee engagement - one that retains top talent, and drives productivity.
What You’ll Learn
See the organizational and emotional components of employee engagement. Understand the role of executives, HR leaders, and front-line managers in developing a sustainable culture of employee engagement. Discuss how to strike the right balance when it comes to work from home and return to in-person.
Why You Want To Learn It
Empowered employees don’t wait for things to get better, they leave. Engaged employees are more likely to stay, more willing to go the extra mile, and better equipped to manage change and innovate.
How It Will Help You
Develop proactive strategies to engage your employees, focusing on the activities that will create the most impact for your organization and team. Confront the challenges of hybrid work, build systems and structures to engage and retain. Win the war for talent with an organizational culture that supports and engages your employees and leaders.
Dale Carnegie Methodology
The Dale Carnegie® methodology is time-tested with thousands of testimonials attesting that it works. From the very start, on an individual level, you will set stretch goals and with the support of the social learning environment, the ‘in-the-moment’ coaching by the highly trained facilitator(s), the accountability to commitments, progress will be visible to yourself and others. In the Dale Carnegie® methodology, we focus on building strengths to overpower our weaknesses. We believe that everyone has inherent greatness, and it simply needs to be identified and nurtured.