Nov. 21, 2019
9:00am - 12:00pm
Employee engagement is one of those “buzz terms” that is easily thrown around but not so easily attained. So just what is employee engagement, what are its benefits to both the employee and the organization and how do you create a workforce that is engaged and stays that way?
This program examines why an engaged workforce is important and how to achieve it. We’ll explore engagement as a means of retaining employees, positively impacting morale, fostering creativity and innovation and improving performance.
Focal points include:
- Defining employee engagement.
- Making the case for an engaged workforce.
- The impact of culture.
- Loosening the reins: delegation; empowerment; autonomy.
- Voice and dignity: seeing employees as valued resources.
- Creativity and innovation keys.
- Motivation models.
- Team structures that work.
You’ll take stock of your workplace culture and will identify simple steps to begin the path to engagement. Above all, you will leave this program understanding what must happen to change a buzz term to reality.
Over the past 40 years, Nick Manolis has created a career centering on human resource management, training and development. Nick has held a variety of direct management and consulting positions in the private, public and non-profit sectors. For over 20 years, he provided the Primex3 membership with training, consulting and facilitation services. Nick went on to serve as the Vice President of Human Resource Development at Associated Grocers of New England. Currently, Nick is an adjunct instructor with the Business Management Department at New Hampshire Technical Institute. His association continues with Primex3 by providing training programs to the membership. Nick holds an undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire and has done graduate work in Business Administration at New Hampshire College.
As an IACET Accredited Provider, Primex3 offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET standard.