“Employee engagement is a workplace approach resulting in the right conditions for all members of an organization to give of their best each day, committed to their organization’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organizational success, with an enhanced sense of their own well-being.” David MacLeod
Research has shown that those organizations who are able to keep talented employees and have a competitive advantage are those who have an engaged workforce. This means that employees are aligned with the organization’s values, vision, and mission. They are focused and use their creative intelligence to innovate and inspire others.
This workshop in intended to address what organizations need to do to keep an engaged workforce.
Participants will address the four platforms for employee engagement and the 12 Cs required to manage in an ever-changing environment.
Participants will explore and challenge their own thinking about their narrative of their organization, business or community.
What are the stories you tell about the organization you work for?
Who do you trust within your organization?
Does your voice matter and are you heard?
How do you define success and what would it look like for you?
Should you stay or go if you are not engaged?
Why should you attend this training?
You value your organization and it gives you your social identity in your community, family and workplace.
You believe in the values of the organization, institution or corporation.
You want your staff, volunteers and customers to be efficient and effective.
You care about your organization’s objectives and the people you serve.
You’re motivated to change.
This workshop is based on adult education learning principles and is customized to meet individual, organizational, non-profit and community needs.
Ashanti Leadership and Professional Development Services offer a diverse selection of training initiatives that are designed to support today's business needs. The training sessions are customized for individual, businesses and non - profit requirements. A full Needs Assessment is conducted with the organization prior to commencing the program.