Through recent studies involving Dale Carnegie Training, the data suggest that less than half of the employees in a company or organization are truly engaged with their leadership and their responsibilities. Leadership now knows that engaged employees can indeed increase performance, results, and profitability. It all begins with people.
Leadership skills are the toolbox of opportunity here in Michigan. Across Metro Detroit, hard work is a legacy, and it is through smart work that great things happen. Opportunity exists for everyone regardless of economy. Both managers and employees must be focused and prepared as we move more deeply into 2014. Workplace enthusiasm is essential for growth.
Employees, with the help and support of skilled leaders, must be:
Join us Thursday February 20, 2014 in Novi for How Smart Leaders Create Engaged Employees, an event for Senior Team Leaders, CEO’s, HR Directors, and others interested in developing an engaged and productive work environment that positively impacts the organization’s bottom line.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
07:30 AM – 10:00 AM
41650 Gardenbrook, Suite 190
Novi, Michigan 48375
Click here for registration. Two more events are scheduled as well on Detroit’s East and West Side.
Offered in Sterling Heights on Thursday, March 20, 2014 and again in Dearborn on Wednesday April 9, 2014; these sessions focus on Employee Engagement and the actions leadership can take to engage the workforce.
Based on groundbreaking Carnegie- focused research we will show attendees the three clusters of behaviors that significantly impact engagement. Then, within each cluster we will break down the individual actions leaders can take to develop enthusiastic, empowered, confident and inspired employees; the type of employees who care, who want to be part of a success story, and who will drive your organization to the top.
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