A Holistic Approach to Employee Engagement - Mastering the Intersection of Work, Life, and Home | Sessions

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A Holistic Approach to Employee Engagement - Mastering the Intersection of Work, Life, and Home
Monday 06/24/2024 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Interpersonal (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral), Organization (Technical), People (Technical) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level, Senior-Level, Executive-level
Workplace Application:
Learn the secrets to becoming a more engaged, motivated, and productive employee, manager, or leader in this captivating session of self-discovery. 

Most engagement efforts focus on workplace engagement. In fact, billions of dollars are invested annually to improving engagement, workplace culture,  and leadership.  But Gallup claims 67% of the workforce continue to be disengaged or actively disengaged.  What gives? Research and case studies from Bob Kelleher's  book, I-Engage, Your Personal Engagement Roadmap highlight that workplace engagement is often triggered by what happens at home as much as  what happens at work.  If an employee is not happy in life, they will struggle to find engagement at work.   Do you know what engages you or your people? Do you know why or your employees are or aren't engaged? Are your positive or negative emotions driving your engagement? In this reflective session, discover the secrets to job fulfillment, the impact one's home and personal life have on workplace engagement, and proactive steps to boost engagement at both a personal level, and with employees you manage. You will learn key exercises and tools to unleash a holistic approach to engagement.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to engage the WHOLE employee.
  • Coach employees to booster their personal engagement.
  • Steps to become more engaged as an individual and to identify warning signs of disengagement with people you manage.
  • Understand the two sides of engagement: personal and organizational.
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Bob Kelleher, CEO,
The Employee Engagement Group