Employee engagement

The Engagement Equation: Leadership Essentials Course

Would you like to learn leadership strategies for better employee engagement for ultimate organization success? An engaged workforce has more capacity to deliver on your organizational imperatives than a disengaged one. High employee engagement drives innovation, discretionary effort, customer loyalty, productivity, quality, profitability, and retention of top talent. Yet only one in three employees is fully engaged.

Leadership can’t “make” someone engaged. However, they can create an environment that fuels engagement and coach team members to higher levels of engagement.


Engagement: A Top Priority

Quantum Workplace defines employee engagement as "the strength of the mental and emotional connection employees feel toward their places of work"

According to Smarp, Employee engagement is one of the top priorities for most companies, here's why:

  • Employee engagement boosts productivity in the workplace. Companies with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable.
  • Employee engagement increases morale in the workplace.
  • Employee engagement discourages absenteeism. 
  • Low employee engagement is expensive. It drives up costs of hiring new people and onboarding them. 
Here's a few tips from Forbes to improve Employee Engagement >>>

Tip #1 Properly onboard and train your employees

Tip #2 Set time-based company goals

Tip #3 Steer clear of micro-management

Tip #4 Focus on Employee Development


The Engagement Equation Full Day Course

P2L offers The Engagement Equation Full-Day Course for all leadership levels to help them learn and execute effective employee engagement strategies in their organizations.

This is what you will gain from this course:

  • Ability to articulate the definition, drivers, and owners of engagement
  • Ability to better assess and manage engagement
  • Ability to establish trust, unleash potential and build confidence in others to fuel engagement every day
  • Conduct 1-on-1 discussions with team members to better understand and take action on their unique engagement drivers and challenges at work
  • Conduct team meetings to identify actions the team can take, within their control and influence, to increase engagement

Click here to get more details about the course and connect with P2L. 

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