How the science of behavior provides important insight into why people do what they do
Coaching best practices that correlate strongly to high engagement
Proven practices for creating positive accountability
Tips for how to build true engagement that leads to retaining top talent and creating a positive culture
Success stories of transformational leaders
Employee engagement numbers have remained relatively unchanged over the last several years, yet organizations continue to look for ways to positively affect their employee scores. One important shift has been to look at a leader’s role in engaging others. While organizations invest significant time and resources in developing leaders to contribute to creating a culture of engagement, without the right focus, the results will be limited at best and sustainable change will be hard-fought.
One of the consistent key behaviors of successful leaders is demonstrating awareness of their impact on others. While many organizations turn to performance metrics to manage employees, they rarely address the specific behaviors and actions of leaders that truly contribute to an engaged workplace, and one where employees want to excel day in and day out.
Join David Uhl, senior vice president of Aubrey Daniels International, as he discusses how an understanding of the science of behavior provides leaders with the tools they need to align their impact with their intent and in turn positively impact the behavior of those around them.