I use Kevin's lessons and we've won the #1 Best Place to Work in New Jersey for the last two years in a row.Ian Kelly, CEO Red Nucleus
Kevin woke up the crowd in a very tough time slot and got everyone engaged and laughing. Even better, he gave us ideas that could be implemented back at the office.Elliot Clark, CEO SharedXpertise
An important step to help all of us maximize happiness and engagement at work.Tony Hsieh, CEO Zappos
Compelling research and detailed advice that will enable leaders to step up the emotional commitment they need.Doug Conant, CEO Campbell Soup
The leadership group was very impressed with the pace, participation, organization and results. We came away with lots of meaningful action items.Elizabeth Heck, VP SAP
The recent presentation you gave on the subject of leadership to the Senior Officers of the 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, CA was simply outstanding. In my 30 plus years of leading Marines I can say with confidence that you are clearly a thought leader on the subject of leadership. Moreover, your presentation was engaging, provocative and held the attention of a very tough audience. Bravo Zulu!John T. Boggs, Colonel U.S. Marine Corps
Awesome job Kevin! Everyone on our team really enjoyed your presentation, and appreciated how you kept everyone's interest and attention and kept your presentation current!Jamie Cox Rosen Hotels & Resorts
What's included with my workshop registration?
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 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.
- Wednesday, 3rd May
- 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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