Motivating and Engaging Employees
An estimated 70 percent of employees are "disengaged." They aren't satisfied or productive, and this costs your organization time and money. In this course, Todd Dewett walks you through the steps to building high-performing and engaged teams of motivated employees. Learn the three keys to engaging and retaining your team: strong relationships, a great work culture, and opportunities for employees to grow. Along the way, discover how to assess engagement, build trust, create intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, honor contributions by your "superstars," and build pathways for employees to grow and stay with your company.
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- Assessing employee engagement
- Providing autonomy
- Building a transparent culture
- Modeling desired behavior
- Using monetary and nonmonetary motivators
- Fostering accountability
- Developing career paths for employees
- The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
- Putting together a great team takes time and skill, but even when you've assembled the right players, as the leader, your job is just begun. Now, you've got to figure out what it means to create motivated and engaged employees. I'm not talking about merely satisfied employees. You can be satisfied but not productive. To be engaged means to be interested and committed, both to the work and the organization. In this course, we'll talk about assessing engagement, building engagement, as well as how to look for signs of disengagement.
We'll breakdown engagement into three memorable and actionable categories, great relationships, strong culture, and clear opportunity. We'll talk about how trust, emotional intelligence, fairness and autonomy build great relationships. We'll address elements of a great work culture, including transparency, modeling, and the proper use of rewards. Finally, we'll address how to provide opportunity by using tactics such as career planning, coaching and training.
Great employees are terrific. The only thing better is great employees who are fully motivated and engaged.
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