Fundamental understanding of the science behind engagement
How to focus energy and efforts toward areas that could greater affect the attitudes and behaviors of their people
How to put the scientific data into practice for sustainable business results
Despite having various definitions depending on the perspective of either the individual or the organization; the bottom line is that employee engagement is a desirable condition that connotes involvement, commitment, passion, enthusiasm, focused effort and energy.
Organizations take great pains in continuous measurement of employee engagement yet nationally the average percentage of engaged employees does not seem to move much beyond 33%.
The problem with employee engagement metrics is that they are a snapshot in time, while employee engagement itself is more fluid and dynamic. Perhaps a more fundamental understanding of the science behind engagement would allow organizational leaders the ability to focus energy and efforts toward areas that could greater affect the attitudes and behaviors of their people. Join this webcast in partnership with the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology to gain a better understanding of the science of employee engagement and, most importantly, how to put the scientific data into practice for sustainable business results.
Hear how to develop leaders with a different approach to the matrix. We’ll share with you the perspective, influence and communication skills they develop and how they practice those skills in a dynamic business simulation in order to be more effective back on the job.