Presented By: Chris Dustin | Webcast Aired: April 28, 2011
Over the past six years, Michael Scott has made us laugh, cry, and groan as the fearless leader of "The Office." His antics, while amusing, often lead his employees to be Disengaged in their jobs. Part of what makes "The Office" so popular is that viewers can often relate to the workplace issues the characters face in the show. While Michael's actions can seem funny on television, if the same events transpired in real life they would have a detrimental effect on the working environment.
In this webcast, Chris Dustin will utilize "The Office" as a case study to highlight the do's and don'ts to building Employee Engagement in the workplace. Dustin will examine individual Engagement levels exhibited by characters in the show and provide best practices on how to increase Employee Engagement within an organization.
Join us as we pay tribute to Michael Scott on the day his farewell episode airs.
Through this webinar, participants will:
Understand the concept of Employee Engagement and be able to identify the different levels of Engagement in the workplace.
Learn about the different levels of Engagement present in characters of "The Office."
Discover how Michael Scott influences his employees' Engagement levels.
Determine strategies to increase Employee Engagement within their own organization.