Employee Engagement that Works

Event Details

  • DateTue 16 July 2019
  • Time10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • VenueOnline
  • Location161 Mission Falls Lane, Suite 216, Fremont National 9453
  • TypeWorkshop
  • Ticket$$ 110 per person
  • Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
  • ContactEvent Manager
    (510) 962-8903
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Overview The greatest difference in today's workplace is the Death of Control. The employee you can control you don't want working for you! (They'll expect you to be their mommy or daddy. I don't know about you, but I already have enough kids.) Control as a management approach doesn't work. Just ask a Millennial. Besides, have you ever had much success trying to control everybody? It's so exhausting! There's a reason why Gallup and other surveys have consistently shown that two-thirds of all employees are"disengaged." It's because so many managers think control is still the answer! (And you wonder why they are so frustrated and overwhelmed.) Why should you Attend Gallup and other surveys have consistently shown that roughly two-thirds of all employees are "disengaged." This disengagement causes a whole host of problems including turnover, resentment, brand damage, customer problems, sabotage, lawsuits, safety problems, cyber liability, and other exposures. Most importantly disengagement removes any "discretionary effort," severely damaging productivity, creativity, and the bottom line. Areas Covered in the Session The Death of Control Responsibility to vs. for employees The high cost of disengagement Why are they so disengaged? (Hint: it’s not all management's fault Defining your culture Attracting the engaged Onboarding the engaged Transparency and inclusion Expectations vs Agreements Constant feedback and improvement Fostering creativity Having fun Who Will Benefit Any Leader or Manager Human Resource Manager Director of Human Resources Human Resources Partner Human Resource Consultant Speaker Profile Don has been a California employment practices attorney since 1983. He litigated employment and business cases for 17 years and quit once he figured out that nobody wins a lawsuit. Since leaving litigation, he has written numerous books and presented more than 500 times to executives nationwide. He loves talking about emotional intelligence and creating engaging workplaces!