Employee Engagement Series for Managers and Supervisors

Instant online access to targeted 6- to 10-minute training videos with proven strategies to keep employees dedicated, loyal and fully engaged in their work.

This training video series includes:

  • Employee Engagement: Tapping into Discretionary Effort
  • Employee Engagement: The Power of Validation
  • Employee Engagement: Leadership and Attachment
  • Employee Engagement: Focus, Capability and Will

Why are we giving you free access to these programs? Because it’s the best way we know to introduce you to a new approach to leadership and management training.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Request your employee engagement training kit now
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  3. Login and find your free Engagement Training Kit and a collection of other training resources for managers and supervisors

You’ll have unlimited trial access to this powerful library of e-learning modules, reports and fast-read articles.

Employee Engagement: Why it’s a bigger deal than you realize

Are all of your employees fully engaged in their jobs? Do they bring the maximum amount of passion and energy to every task brought to them?

Every manager likes to think the answer to those questions is ‘yes’. But in reality, that’s not the case. Some workers simply show up, punch a clock and put forth as little effort as possible in the name of collecting a paycheck. The passion and excitement that brought them to the job is long gone. What causes these employees to disengage? It isn’t always a case of people slacking off. Disengaged employees are frequently the result of failures in leadership.

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That’s why we’re offering you this series of leadership training modules. These short training videos – each 8 to 10 minutes long – are designed to teach you what it takes to generate high levels of employee engagement, how disengaged employees impact the bottom line, and how to avoid the management behaviors that cause employees to disengage. The kit includes access:

Employee Engagement: Tapping into Discretionary Effort

Imagine yourself deeply immersed in an activity you love. That activity might involve tedious work, but it doesn’t seem tedious. On the contrary, it’s so enjoyable that hours fly by like minutes. How much more motivated and productive would your employees be if they felt that way about their jobs? What if they simply loved coming to work and were so fully “engaged” in what they do that they gave “discretionary effort” to every task. In this Quick Take you will learn what it takes to earn this level of employee engagement, how engagement affects the bottom line, and how to combat three destructive narratives that cause employees to disengage. (Length: 9:21)

Employee Engagement: The Power of Validation

The saying goes that numbers drive the business. That may be true, but what drive the numbers? The answer, of course, is the people. But what drives your people? In this Quick Take, you will learn the most powerful driver of results in your organization, the meaning of “validation” and why it’s key to employee engagement, the single type of validation that has the biggest impact on employees and the I.C.U. Model for giving effective employee recognition. (Length: 8:42)

Employee Engagement: Leadership and Attachment

Why do some teams succeed where others fail? What is it that gets some workers to engage 100% while others simply keep a seat warm? When things aren’t working, should you blame the employees or does the fault always lie with their manager? In this Quick Take you will learn how the principles of Attachment Theory apply to leadership, why attachment enhances engagement, and four triggers that weaken attachment bonds – and how managers can avoid them. (Length: 10:28)

Employee Engagement: Focus, Capability and Will

Dozens of factors determine why some employees are engaged and others are not. These influencers can be distilled into three core categories: Focus, Capability and Will. Think of them as powerful levers that you as a leader can pull to increase engagement. In this Quick Take, you will learn why managers must feel totally accountable for the engagement levels of their teams, how to tap the power of Focus, Capability & Will, why one of these three levers is particularly challenging for most managers and the number one reason managers fail to achieve high levels of employee engagement over time. (Length: 8:49)

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