By establishing a culture of learning — an environment in which individual growth is actively encouraged — businesses can help employees feel more engaged at work, which has a real effect on the bottom line. Engaged employees have an emotional commitment to their organizations, leading to greater productivity and higher net profit. Building a culture of learning, however, requires leadership to be fully engaged as well.
This workshop will cover:
- Why engagement matters – Businesses with engaged employees reap a host of benefits. These include reduced absenteeism, turnover and shrinkage; fewer quality defects and safety incidents; and higher customer metrics
- What drives engagement – five elements that drive engagement: meaningful work, hands-on management, a positive work environment, growth opportunity, and trust in leadership.
- Why leaders need to be learning catalysts – A culture of learning starts at the top. Companies can’t simply talk about the importance of education; they must actively support growth and development of all employees at all levels, beginning with managers.
- Why learning matters – equipping employees to meet key performance metrics, learn new skills to better perform their jobs, or access opportunities for higher education that position them for advancement.
- Monitoring engagement levels – The key to measuring engagement is ongoing and open communication between teams and their leaders.
|When||August 4, 2020|
|Class Times||1:00 PM – 5:00 PM (Lunch included)|
|Location||NJMEP Training Center, 2 Ridgedale Ave, Suite 305, Cedar Knolls, NJ 07027|
Please contact Kathleen Baldwin, Sales Support Manager at NJMEP with any questions or need of further assistance. email@example.com 973-998-9801 ext. 211