Understanding and Supporting the Drivers of Employee Engagement
Employee engagement is a critical factor in the success and productivity of an organization. In this training, we will explore the factors that drive employee engagement and discuss strategies for supporting and fostering engagement in the workplace. Through a combination of theoretical and practical elements, including interactive exercises and discussions, participants will learn how to leverage frameworks and techniques to understand and support employee engagement within their own organizations.
- To understand the factors that drive employee engagement
- To learn strategies for supporting and fostering engagement in the workplace
- To explore tools and techniques for measuring and improving employee engagement
- To develop actionable plans for implementing engagement-building initiatives within their own organizations
- Defining employee engagement and its importance in the workplace
- Identifying the key drivers of employee engagement
- Measuring and assessing employee engagement within the workplace
- Strategies for supporting and fostering engagement
- Leveraging frameworks and techniques to support engagement-building efforts
- Developing action plans for implementing engagement-building initiatives within work settings
- Interactive lectures and discussions
- Group exercises and case studies
- Individual reflection and planning time
included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions
- Employee engagement assessment exercise: Participants will assess the level of employee engagement within their own organizations using a provided tool or template.
- Engagement-building brainstorming: Participants will work in small groups to brainstorm and develop actionable plans for building and supporting employee engagement within their own organizations.
(included in Half-Day and Full Day sessions)
- The Engagement Drivers Model: This model outlines the key drivers of employee engagement, including meaningful work, supportive management, and growth opportunities.
- The Employee Engagement Framework: This framework identifies the key components of employee engagement, including commitment, involvement, and energy.
- The Psychological Contract Model: This model suggests that employees are more engaged when their expectations of the organization are aligned with the experiences they have in the workplace.
- The Engagement Drivers Model can be used to understand and address the key drivers of employee engagement within an organization.
- The Employee Engagement Framework can be used to assess and improve the level of engagement within a team or organization.
- The Psychological Contract Model can be used to ensure that employee expectations are being met and that the organization is living up to its commitments to employees.
By the end of this training, participants will have a deep understanding of the drivers of employee engagement and will have developed strategies and action plans for fostering and supporting engagement within their own organizations. They will have the knowledge and tools to measure and assess employee engagement, identify areas for improvement, and implement effective engagement-building initiatives. Participants will be equipped to create a culture of engagement that enhances employee satisfaction, productivity, and success.