Engaging Employees in 2024: Key Drivers of Employee Engagement

Learn Proven Principles and Practices for a Wold-Class Employee Engagement.

Instructor :
Don Phin

Webinar ID:
6043

Date: MAY 22, 2024 (WED)

Start Time: 10 am PT

Duration: 1 Hr.

What you will learn

  • How to hire engaged people
  • The importance of testing for skills
  • Moving from expectations to agreements
  • Making sure your managers “get it”
  • Step up the communication
  • Step up the inclusion
  • How to hire engaged people
  • The importance of testing for skills
  • Moving from expectations to agreements
  • Making sure your managers “get it”
  • Step up the communication
  • Step up the inclusion
  • Employee suggestions systems that work
  • Career mapping
  • How to show you care
  • Making work fun again!

Course Description

What makes a bad job so unbearable? Leaders often think it is the compensation, yet even the most handsomely compensated job roles can be dull as dishwater. The real killer problem is disengagement.

Disengagement is not just a problem for affected employees – it’s even a more significant issue for companies.

According to Gallup, roughly 75% of employees are disengaged at work. That’s a big problem!

If you want your company to thrive in today’s fast-paced world, you need to quickly move beyond the old factory model and radically change your way of thinking about management, HR, and employee satisfaction to get the maximum out of your business.

Employers are concerned about employee engagement because it has a direct impact on culture, productivity and the bottom-line.

Engaged employees make businesses more robust and more innovative. Engaged employees make better decisions as they know their company’s goals and want to play their part in achieving them. In this fast-moving program Don will discuss how you can exactly achieve that!

Don Phin explores the tactics of some of today’s best-known firms to shed light on how they keep their workers switched on and productive.

Join us Now!

What makes a bad job so unbearable? Leaders often think it is the compensation, yet even the most handsomely compensated job roles can be dull as dishwater. The real killer problem is disengagement.

Disengagement is not just a problem for affected employees – it’s even a more significant issue for companies.

According to Gallup, roughly 75% of employees are disengaged at work. That’s a big problem!

If you want your company to thrive in today’s fast-paced world, you need to quickly move beyond the old factory model and radically change your way of thinking about management, HR, and employee satisfaction to get the maximum out of your business.

Employers are concerned about employee engagement because it has a direct impact on culture, productivity and the bottom-line.

Engaged employees make businesses more robust and more innovative. Engaged employees make better decisions as they know their company’s goals and want to play their part in achieving them. In this fast-moving program Don will discuss how you can exactly achieve that!

Don Phin explores the tactics of some of today’s best-known firms to shed light on how they keep their workers switched on and productive.

Join us Now!

Why you should attend

Radio took 38 years to reach 50 million users. Facebook achieved that in a single year. Angry Birds needed just 35 days! That’s the breathtaking pace of technological change today. If you want to keep up, you need engaged employees striving for success, and you need them NOW!

Does it seem like no matter how much you try to make your organization a rewarding place to work, your employees still aren’t fully engaged? Low engagement is a pressing issue, but it’s not unsolvable.

Employee engagement has been a topic of concern for many years…yet the statistic remains…roughly two-thirds of employees remain disengaged!

This dampens the employees “discretionary effort”, with huge consequences to employers including poor performance, turnover, customer dissatisfaction, brand damage, lawsuits and the bottom-line.

Employers and Leaders must know how to identify the root causes of job dissatisfaction, create an environment where employees can thrive and have a clear way of measuring success. That leads to the million-dollar question: How do you cultivate a sense of engagement among your employees?

Serial Executive Coach and employee relationship expert Don Phin explain what real engagement looks like and how you can make it happen.

Enroll Now!

Radio took 38 years to reach 50 million users. Facebook achieved that in a single year. Angry Birds needed just 35 days! That’s the breathtaking pace of technological change today. If you want to keep up, you need engaged employees striving for success, and you need them NOW!

Does it seem like no matter how much you try to make your organization a rewarding place to work, your employees still aren’t fully engaged? Low engagement is a pressing issue, but it’s not unsolvable.

Employee engagement has been a topic of concern for many years…yet the statistic remains…roughly two-thirds of employees remain disengaged!

This dampens the employees “discretionary effort”, with huge consequences to employers including poor performance, turnover, customer dissatisfaction, brand damage, lawsuits and the bottom-line.

Employers and Leaders must know how to identify the root causes of job dissatisfaction, create an environment where employees can thrive and have a clear way of measuring success. That leads to the million-dollar question: How do you cultivate a sense of engagement among your employees?

Serial Executive Coach and employee relationship expert Don Phin explain what real engagement looks like and how you can make it happen.

Enroll Now!

Areas Covered

There are numerous reasons for disengagement/engagement that will be discussed in this program:

  1. You are attracting the wrong employee
  2. You hired a misfit
  3. Their onboarding was anything but engaging
  4. Management is not inclusive of their ideas
  5. They have a bad boss
  6. Nobody is asking for feedback
  7. We ignore the feedback we do get
  8. Lack of opportunities for career growth
  9. We forget to show we care
  10. Being present for employees
  11. Driving engagement with fun.

There are numerous reasons for disengagement/engagement that will be discussed in this program:

  1. You are attracting the wrong employee
  2. You hired a misfit
  3. Their onboarding was anything but engaging
  4. Management is not inclusive of their ideas
  5. They have a bad boss
  6. Nobody is asking for feedback
  7. We ignore the feedback we do get
  8. Lack of opportunities for career growth
  9. We forget to show we care
  10. Being present for employees
  11. Driving engagement with fun.

Who is this course for

Everybody benefits from watching this. Even better when done as a group!

  • Leaders seeking to inspire and build engagement at the workplace
  • Managers wanting to improve the performance of their team
  • HR people looking to engage their employees
  • Leaders who are looking to level up their skills
  • CEO’s and entrepreneurs looking to improve their business
  • Anyone who does not feel engaged at work

Everybody benefits from watching this. Even better when done as a group!

  • Leaders seeking to inspire and build engagement at the workplace
  • Managers wanting to improve the performance of their team
  • HR people looking to engage their employees
  • Leaders who are looking to level up their skills
  • CEO’s and entrepreneurs looking to improve their business
  • Anyone who does not feel engaged at work

Instructor Profile

Don Phin is a 35 yr. California employment law attorney…and in the process has learned what doesn’t work in employee relations. After leaving his litigation practice, Don built HRThatWorks, used by 3,500 companies, and acquired by ThinkHR. He coaches HR executives and has presented over 600 times to CEOs, HR, and other executives on what works in employee relations. Don recently released The 40| |40 Solution: Mastering the Emotional Energy of Leadership and Sales.

Don Phin is a 35 yr. California employment law attorney…and in the process has learned what doesn’t work in employee relations. After leaving his litigation practice, Don built HRThatWorks, used by 3,500 companies, and acquired by ThinkHR. He coaches HR executives and has presented over 600 times to CEOs, HR, and other executives on what works in employee relations. Don recently released The 40| |40 Solution: Mastering the Emotional Energy of Leadership and Sales.

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