Re-Engaging The Disengaged Employee: Teaching Personal Ownership of Engagement
July 21, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Personal engagement levels affect company cultures, service, productivity, wellness costs, turn-over and more and yet, many employees report themselves as not being engaged at work.
It's important for companies to offer positive cultures to enable employees the ability to utilize their talents. However, an often over-looked aspect of engagement is that it is the employee's responsibility to recognize that their engagement boils-down to individual responsibility. Engagement is not an entitlement, nor a right. It’s a responsibility each person must own; no different than choosing an attitude, outfit, or behavior. In this webinar, attendees will discover behavioral methods that drive positive change. Just like building self-esteem, personal engagement takes a heighten level of self-awareness, commitment, and support to obtain impact on the organization.
This presentation gives fundamental, impactful information that explains how to help your company’s employees get “unstuck” and re-engaged into their daily work and shares game-changing techniques on how to re-engage in work through self-awareness and personal ownership.
- Define employee engagement and understand who’s in charge of driving engagement in your organization.
- Understand the effects of poor engagement verses high engagement in your work place.
- Utilize techniques and tools to equip your employees to enable ownership of their engagement.
- Recognize the business advantage of having engaged, enabled, and empowered employees.
About the Speaker
Barbara Clayton - speaker, teacher, author, and certified coach. Barbara is an experienced professional who shares commanding information to resolve employee engagement challenges. Can engagement be learned? Yes!
Barbara has worked for three Fortune 100 companies leading sales, leadership development, and HR training initiatives. By recognizing earlier in her career that she must 'own' her choices, she took personal responsibility in her development, as well as instilled in her teams and peers the importance and power of doing like-wise. Her no-nonsense approach is both powerful and empowering.
Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI is where Barbara received her MBA, but it is through the lens of self-awareness, truth, and action that she received life's best education and took ownership of her engagement in life.
Payment is due with registration. No POs or requests for invoicing can be honored. Checks
should be made payable and mailed (to be received no later than 5 days prior to the event) to:
5001 LBJ Fwy Ste 800
Dallas, TX 75244
214.631.4533 - Fax
IMPORTANT: Advance registrations are required. To receive cancellation credit, you must send
your cancellation request in writing to DallasHR no later than 5 days prior to the start of the
class. There will be no refund if cancellation is received within 5 days of the start of the