EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

A Supervisor's Way To Gain & Sustain Commitment

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Towers Watson conducted a Global Workforce Study and found that only about a third of the global workforce is highly engaged, leaving the remaining two-thirds less engaged or not engaged.   This is important because highly engaged employees are emotionally committed to their organization’s goals and use their discretionary effort to go the extra mile on behalf of their organization. In addition, the stock prices of organizations that are part of Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” rose an average of 14 period over a period of seven years, compared to 5 percent for the overall market. In other words, doing well for your employees results in doing well for your stockholders.

 

What do employees who are not highly engaged do? They might look for work elsewhere—or perhaps even worse, stay and do the bare minimum to remain employed. There are many studies that investigate why good employees leave their jobs. These studies have consistently discovered the following reasons for employee departure: lack of meaningful work, lack of trust and respect, lack of support from direct supervisors and management, lack of appreciation, constantly shifting priorities and reorganization, feeling ignored or micromanaged. This three hour-program offers workplace tips, self-assessment exercises, real-life scenarios, practice activities, and more.

KEY TOPICS COVERED

  • Behaviors managers can exhibit and activities they can initiate to show they care

  • Questions the manager and employee can answer together in order to determine the employees’ strengths and how to best leverage them

  • Common obstacles to engagement as well as techniques for reducing and overcoming them

  • Skills and methods for helping employees to establish direction in their career path and feel a sense of importance in their work

  • Principles of and strategies for effective communication

  • Asking the right questions to tailor recognition and offering the right kind of praise

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WHAT PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN

  • Recognize the importance of knowing every employee as a unique individual

  • Identify each employee’s strengths and how to leverage them in the workplace

  • Show your support by minimizing obstacles that frustrate employees—including yourself

  • Create a career path and meaningful work for each employee

  • Foster an environment where employees feel free to ask and say anything

  • Show appreciation and recognition in a way that is meaningful to each employee

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Leaders

  • Managers

  • Staff

  • Supervisors

REQUIREMENTS

  • Basic desktop, laptop or tablet

  • Microphone and speakers or headset with microphone

  • Webcam (optional)

EACH COURSE INCLUDES

Thoroughly researched and unabridged course materials

Course handouts delivered via email

Expert teaching, troubleshooting and in session coaching

Helpful, self-assessments to evaluate your performance session by session

Action time where you’ll get clarity on how to apply what you’ve learned

Spotlight sessions to diagnose trouble spots

An unforgettable experience

Portinars completion certificate

This course is offered in 2 different formats

Virtual Instructor Led Training

Self-Directed Training

*Discounted bulk classes are available by request

Course Time

8am-12pm  

or

 1pm-5pm

Course Length

3.5 Hours

Class Size

20 Seats Max

Format

Virtual

Interaction

High

Price

$200 per 

student

Course Time

60 Days

Course Length

3 Hours

Class Size

N/A

Format

Self-Directed

Interaction

Low

Price

$150 per

student

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING...

"Our Portinar instructor was a dynamic, content rich speaker who effectively reaches people wanting to find their place in today’s work world. I have experienced firsthand how Wade can mobilize and empower people to take positive steps to find work that is meaningful and well suited to their own needs.  For teams seeking the courage to re-enter a much-changed work world after off-ramping, Wade is able to paint a picture of why their voices and work ethic are needed in today’s work world."

~Harold Caldwell, University of Phoenix

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