Corporate / Institutional Training
L/MWS (7) Leadership Route to Increased Employee Engagement (Part II)
Are you aware that sustained employee engagement comes from an application of many elements and principles? Can you envision how an engaged workforce can prove to be more diligent, more empowered, and more accountable? Employee engagement is the key to realizing competitive advantage!
Key Content and Learning Outcomes
. describe four levels of engagement - highly engaged, engaged, ambivalent, and disengaged
. eliminate the issues draining engagement
. gain insight into the principles of how to create an engaged workforce
. examine the drivers of engagement - commitment, leadership, and the culture of the organization
. realize the attributes of high performers
. identify character strengths and learn how to leverage these strengths
. as a leader, understand your role in unleashing potential
. realize the full potential and capabilities of direct reports so they are engaged and accountable
. insight into personality traits of engaging leaders - emotional stability, ambition, and sociability
. recognize importance of organizations being committed to help employees flourish
. mitigate the consequences of disengagement, such as inaction, absenteeism, stress, and burnout
. strive to strengthen the emotional bonds between the organization and employees
. create an environment where employees feel more empowered and accountable
Through the workshop, you will gain a heightened awareness of what it takes to increase employee engagement. There will be a discussion on the Five Practices and Ten Commitments of Exemplary Leaders. The latter is based on the work of Kouzes and Posner (Leadership Challenge, 2012).
A "coach approach" will be demonstrated to help you increase employee engagement, enhance relationships, accelerate performance, and build stronger connections.
Leadership coaching increases direction and focus and the ability to relate to others with greater awareness.
Instructional Material will be provided.