Boosting Organizational Performance: Tackling Quiet Quitting and Quiet Firing in the Workplace | Sessions
This session will help participants develop a thorough understanding of the challenges presented by quietly quitting and quietly firing, as well as their implications for organizational performance, employee morale, and workplace culture. Attendees will be equipped to identify the signs of these phenomena, comprehend their root causes, and investigate effective strategies and techniques to address and manage them. The session underscores the significance of cultivating trust, transparency, and open communication to establish a positive organizational culture that fosters employee engagement and retention. Engaging in interactive discussions and activities, participants will be able to apply the knowledge and skills gained in this session to their own organizations, ultimately enhancing employee engagement and creating a more productive, committed, and positive work environment.
- Understand the concepts of quietly quitting and quietly firing and their impact on organizational performance and culture.
- Explore the reasons behind quietly quitting and quietly firing and learn strategies to effectively manage these challenges.
- Discuss the importance of fostering trust, transparency, and open communication in the workplace, and how to create a positive organizational culture that supports employee engagement and retention.
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