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Managers Matter: A Relationship-Centered Approach to Driving Employee Engagement

Managers have the most significant impact on employee engagement, so it’s critical that they have the tools to motivate, inspire and empower their team members.

Course Overview

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. You’ll learn the critical actions that must consistently demonstrated to drive engagement and see measurable results.

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What You’ll Learn

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 inspires employees to higher levels of engagement. Explore elements that drive employee engagement and why the manager’s role is vital.

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Why you want to learn it

This workshop is important to leaders who want to reduce unwanted turnover, increase productivity, and build a workforce that is aligned with the goals of the organization. It will enable you to build a more cohesive team, which will yield a positive effect on your bottom line.

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How it will help you

Research shows that a culture of trust and engagement reduces turnover and increases productivity. Increased performance output and quality leads to happier customers and higher ROI. So bottom line? Engagement helps your bottom line!

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