5 Ways to Motivate Employees

Event Details

  • DateThu 05 March 2020
  • Time10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • VenueOnline Event
  • LocationOnline Event Strand National 9453
  • TypeNetworking
  • Ticket$$145.00 per person
  • Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
  • ContactNetZealous LLC, DBA TrainHR
    8003851627
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Overview: This webinar discusses what is needed for leaders to truly master employee engagement. Learn the top 5 reasons why employee engagement is important and learn the top 5 things that you need to do to keep your employees engaged and motivated. The true meaning of employee engagement The benefits of having engaged employees What can happen if you don't have engaged employees Top 5 ways to increase employee engagement Measuring employee engagement How to put an employee engagement process in your organization, even if you have zero budget Why you should Attend: According to a 2013 Gallup poll only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged, and 25% of employees report that they are actively disengaged. That means that most employees are unhappy, disengaged, and unproductive. The loss of productivity and the cost of replacing employees costs billions of dollars. Only 12% of employees have never thought of leaving their job because of their manager. That means that most managers are driving employees out of jobs. Once you recognize that managers, not companies, are responsible for most attrition issues, you are much closer to the solution. It doesn't cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in consulting fees to assess your benefits and compensation packages. It starts with teaching leaders the right way to engage and motivate their employees. Do the math. What's your turnover costing you? How much are you paying employees to bring their D came to work? The math is simple. Your bottom line increases when you have healthy, happy employees. Areas Covered in the Session: The meaning of employee engagement and motivation The true cost of low employee engagement Case study for engaged employees What may be causing low engagement How to diagnose what is causing low engagement How to increase engagement and motivation Measuring employee engagement and motivation What's next -Steps to implement an employee engagement process if you don't already have one Who Will Benefit: HR Manager HR Director HR Business Partner Owner Training and Development Operations Manager CEO CHRO Instructor: Tamica Sears has over 20 years of experience as a Human Resources professional in multiple industries, human medicine, animal medicine, mining, and missile defense to name a few. Tamica is the founder of Sears Coaching, an Executive Coaching and Consulting firm as well as a VP of Talent for Atlis Motor Vehicles.