Unlocking the Potential of Employee Engagement:
The Link to Productivity
It is well-established that engaged employees are more productive and contribute more value to an organization. In this workshop, we will explore the various ways in which employee engagement impacts productivity, and provide practical tools and exercises to help HR teams foster a culture of engagement within their organization.
- To understand the link between employee engagement and productivity
- To identify the factors that contribute to employee engagement
- To develop strategies for promoting employee engagement within an organization
- To provide tools and resources for measuring employee engagement and productivity
This training will be a combination of lectures, group discussions, and practical exercises. We will begin by discussing the concept of employee engagement and its impact on productivity, and will then delve into the various factors that contribute to employee engagement. HR teams will have the opportunity to share their own experiences and challenges in promoting employee engagement within their organization. We will then discuss the various tools and resources available for measuring employee engagement and productivity, and will conclude with a series of practical exercises designed to help HR teams develop strategies for fostering employee engagement within their work settings.
included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions
- HR teams will work in small groups to identify the factors that contribute to employee engagement within their organization, and will develop strategies for promoting employee engagement.
- HR teams will have the opportunity to practice using various tools and resources for measuring employee engagement and productivity, and will discuss the results of these measurements with the larger group.
(included in Half-Day and Full Day sessions)
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: This framework suggests that individuals have a hierarchy of needs that must be met in order to feel fulfilled and motivated.
- HERZBERG’S TWO-FACTOR THEORY: This theory proposes that there are two types of factors that influence employee motivation: hygiene factors and motivators.
- The Engagement Model: This model outlines the three key components of employee engagement: cognitive, emotional, and behavioral.
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs can be used to understand the basic needs that must be met in order for employees to feel motivated and engaged. HR teams can use this framework to identify areas where employees may be lacking in terms of their basic needs, and can work to address these issues in order to promote employee engagement.
- Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory can be applied to understand the factors that drive employee motivation and engagement. HR teams can use this theory to identify the motivators that are most important to their employees, and can work to create a work environment that supports these motivators.
- The Engagement Model can be used to understand the three key components of employee engagement, and can be leveraged to develop strategies for fostering engagement within the workplace. HR teams can use this model to identify areas where employees may be lacking in terms of cognitive, emotional, or behavioral engagement, and can work to address these issues in order to promote overall employee engagement.