Webinar: Employee Engagement
Using Your Vision, Value and Voice
In the average organization only 30 percent employees are engaged, while in the best organizations the number climbs to 60 percent or more. The low rate of engagement hasn’t budged in more than a decade. Why? Employee engagement surveys and programs are not enough. Higher engagement is rooted in a culture whose language, attitudes and behaviors make people feel connected to others and to the vision of the organization. Employees in an organization with a high degree of connection are more productive, engaged, collaborative, and loyal. In fact, research demonstrates that there is a set of learnable leadership behaviors that can ignite employees to not just survive, but thrive.
Sharing knowledge integrated from multiple fields including neuroscience, organizational behavior, psychology, sociology, history, and proprietary research, Michael Lee Stallard and Todd W. Hall, of E Pluribus Partners, describe the “Connection Culture” that every organization needs to boost employee engagement and produce sustained high performance.
Participants Will Learn:
- Beyond Maslow: six human needs to thrive at work
- Three types of relational cultures in organizations
- How different cultures affect health, happiness and productivity
- The three core elements of a “Connection Culture”
- Best practice language, attitudes and behaviors that connect
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