Leading for Employee Engagement Workshop with Kevin Kruse

"We use these lessons and have won the #1 Best Place to Work in NJ for two years in a row." - Ian Kelly, CEO, Red Nucleus

Leading for

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT 

Live workshop in Philadelphia with New York Times Bestselling Author Kevin Kruse


Join Kevin Kruse on December 6, 2016 in Philadelphia, PA for a 1-day intimate workshop that will teach you how to generate massive emotional commitment and engagement among your team members. 

Date

Program

Cost to attend

December 6, 2016

Leading for Employee Engagement 1-day Workshop 

$995

**This is a small, intimate workshop. Kevin is only taking 40 registrants. Register early to reserve your space. **

What's included with my workshop registration?

PRE-WORKSHOP

Take Kevin's Personal Engagement Profile to discover what motivates you at work. This profile will give you a thorough analysis of the triggers that make you feel engaged. Knowing which motivates you the most will enable you to maximize your own engagement.

WORKSHOP

During the workshop, Kevin Kruse will help you create a custom action plan that will improve engagement at your company. You'll also receive a learning map, a copy of the world's #1 bestselling book on employee engagement and Foam Lego-style engagement blocks.  

POST-WORKSHOP

The workshop may be over, but the training isn't. You will be enrolled in Kevin's 6-week follow up eLearning program where you will receive 1 video a week for 6 weeks with a new action item to help you implement your employee engagement strategy.

Would you like to dramatically increase the employee engagement in your organization, thus increasing sales, customer service and even profits? Managers account for at least 70% of the variance in engagement (source: Gallup 2014) and this workshop—based on survey research of 10 million workers in 150 countries— will teach you how to activate the four primary drivers of engagement: Growth, Recognition, Trust and Communication

The ROI of Employee Engagement 

 Employee engagement is the emotional commitment workers feel toward their company and to the company’s goals. When team members are engaged, they give discretionary effort. In study after study, engaged workers sell more, provide better service, are more productive, are safer, make fewer mistakes and stay with their company longer. The Engagement-Profit Chain shows how discretionary effort ultimately leads to higher revenue, profits and ultimately to a higher stock price. 

Who Needs Leading for Employee Engagement Training? 

Anybody who leads one or more people needs to know how to apply the four key drivers of employee engagement: Growth, Recognition, Trust and Communication. The good news is that there are specific behaviors that can be learned, and they don’t require a lot of time or money to adopt. Managers who apply these new skills will see a dramatic increase in their team’s engagement scores.

**This is a small, intimate workshop. Kevin is only taking 40 registrants. Register early to reserve your space. **

Leading for Employee Engagement Workshop Agenda

8:00 AM

What Is Employee Engagement? (The Power of Discretionary Effort)

8:30 AM

The Employee Engagement Crisis (Global Data and The Famous Jet Blue Case Study)


9:00 AM

The Business Benefits of Engagement (The Engagement-Profit Chain, Campbell's Soup Case Study, 5x Higher Stock Price Research)

9:30 AM

Engagement and Personal Benefits (Surprising Research on the Links to Health, Marriage and Family)


10:00 AM

Break

10:30 AM

Whose Job Is Engagement Anyway? (The Manager versus CEO, Coworkers, Self)


11:00 AM

The Four Primary Drivers of Engagement (Results of World's Largest Survey on Engagement)

11:30 AM

What's Your Engagement Profile? (Personal Engagement Assessment, Lego-block Activity)


12:00 PM

Networking Lunch


1:00 PM

How Can You Foster Learning & Growth Among Teammates?


2:00 PM

How Can You Foster Recognition & Appreciation Among Teammates?


3:00 PM

Break

3:30 PM

How Can You Build Trust And Future Confidence Among Teammates?


4:00 PM

How Can You Create a Consistent Communication Rhythm On Your Team?

4:30 PM 

Action Plan Review and Implementation Checklist

**This is a small, intimate workshop. Kevin is only taking 40 registrants. Register early to reserve your space. **

Questions? Contact support@kevinkruse.com or call (267) 756-7089.

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