Both Sides Now:
Manager and Employee Roles in Workplace Satisfaction
Aligning your managers, employees and HR professionals benefits everyone.
We know, of course, that managers are in charge of engaging and retaining talented employees. We also know that each employee is responsible for his or her own career and workplace satisfaction.
If the roles of both groups are known, why aren’t things working? Why are 55% of employees disengaged (Gallup), while one-third of all employees are intensely negative?
Sharon Jordan-Evans, executive coach and keynote presenter, gives managers, employees and HR professionals concrete tips for improving workplace satisfaction, morale and productivity. Managers learn to engage their people by employing research-supported strategies in their day-to-day interactions with their talent.
Employees learn to fix what's wrong and find what's missing right where they are – without disengaging or jumping ship. HR professionals learn how to support both groups of people through training, mentoring, and coaching.
By attending this session you will:
- understand the dual roles of managers and employees in the engagement equation.
- learn concrete strategies for keeping talent and getting more of what you want from work.
- identify actions you could take as a manager, individual worker or HR professional – starting tomorrow.
- leave with excitement and optimism about the possibility of creating and working in an engagement culture.