Get concrete ideas you can use to begin to pave your own road to team employee engagement.
- People don't work for companies.…They work for people.…This means that, as a leader, you have the ability…to influence whether people will enjoy their work experience…and give it their all…or if they'll show up and do as little as possible.…I'm going to share some ways…you can influence employee engagement.…First, demonstrate to your employees…that you care about their wellbeing.…You may think employees should naturally know…you have their best interest in mind…as that's what people in management should do.…
However, at some point in most people's careers…they've worked for someone…who only had one person's interest in mind: their own.…Here's how you can be sure your employees know you care.…Ask each of your employees…about their short- and long-term goals.…Ask how you can support them in obtaining these goals.…Then be prepared to do so.…Running interference on their behalf…is another way to show people you have their back.…
Is there a particular manager…that tends to give one of your employees a hard time?…Do you have an employee who is frustrated…
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- Determine the best way to influence employee engagement.
- List three tactics used to increase employee commitment.
- Identify three ways to quickly build credibility.
- Name the four biggest challenges when managing former peers.
- Define “executive presence”.
- Recall three important considerations when assessing team members.