Creating a Culture of Employee Engagement

The key theme found in organizations with high levels of engagement are that employees are committed to, and feel a connection to the organization. They know their work is connected to more than some external reward. A paycheck does matter, but it is the by-product of engagement, not the source. Engaged employees are more than willing to take on additional responsibilities, and they care about the organization’s success. They are willing to use discretionary time, brainpower, and effort beyond what is expected of them.

Employee Engagement occurs more readily when employees are respected and cared for, when they do tasks that bring them satisfaction, and when they work in an organization that makes a difference.  Leaders in an organization with high levels of engagement do not view these nonfinancial benefits simply as afterthoughts.

This presentation will provide fresh insights for increasing motivation, and challenge you to think critically about your approach to employee engagement.

Target Audience: Leaders and Human Resource Professionals

Speaking Fees

Speaking fee will depend on a variety of factors including:

  • Size of group
  • Location of event
  • Nature of organization (Small not-for-profit organizations and Indigenous communities are sometimes eligible for a reduced rate.)

Request a Quote

Contact Chantel Runtz, On-site Training Coordinator to discuss your speaking needs or to receive a detailed quote by email at: [email protected] or by phone 204-789-2457.

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