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Free Seminar - How to Engage Employees: Win their hearts and their minds

This free 2 hour seminar will share with you practical and effective ways to win the hearts and minds of your people, creating an engaging work place that boost bottom line results.

Présentation du cours

Win in the work place and the market place.

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Ce que vous apprendrez

Research confirms that the UK has an employee engagement deficit, with only one third of workers being engaged. With 80% of UK HR and Business Leaders saying that low employee engagement levels are a problem for their business, this free seminar has been designed to offer practical and effective techniques to enable you to win the hearts and minds of your most important asset - your team.

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Pourquoi vous voulez l’apprendre

Today, there are so many new ways of working that we are asking people to embrace. From going digital to improving processes, from cultural transformation to working as a team. We can put in place the tools, techniques and ways of working but winning hearts and minds can often be the most difficult challenge. Rapid change, evolving technology, as well as a workforce that is younger, older and more diverse than ever before presents businesses today with a set of challenges that have not been seen before.

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Comment cela va vous aider

You'll learn to understand the difference between winning hearts and minds and learn to identify who you need to influence. By implementing practical, proven techniques you'll learn how to change attitudes and create a positive, productive work environment.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie