Employee Enagement…One Employee At A TimePresented by: Leigh Branham, Founder/Principal, Keeping the People, Inc.,
and author of The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave and
Re-Engage: How America’s Best Places to Work Inspire Extra Effort in Extraordinary Times
(McGraw-Hill, 2010) – free signed copy to all who register and attend.
|Who should attend:||Line managers with direct reports who may have become less engaged for any of several reasons, including the uncertainty caused by job insecurity or disruptive change, and managers who simply want to get better at inspiring employee energy and enthusiasm and keeping them more fully engaged.|
As a result of attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the critical elements of employee engagement.
Manager As A Career CoachA Four-hour career coaching workshop for managers, including workbook
In the old days, when most companies were manufacturers, equipment was the resource they bought and maintained. Today, the key resource is the knowledge and talent of people, and career coaching is the way we maintain that resource. This workshop gives managers the tools for coaching their employees to career satisfaction and success within the organization.
Managers with responsibility for developing their people.
Objective: To provide managers with a clearer understanding of the responsibilities as career coaches to their employees, the tools to carry out those responsibilities, and practice in using those tools.
Employee Assessment and Career Self-ManagementA Two-day workshop of four hours each to help employees take charge of their own career development
Organizations can no longer afford tohave employees who lack self-knowledge, borrow the goals of others, and passively wait for the organization to manage their careers. In today’s world, organizations need self-managing employees who know what they want and take responsibility and the initiative for finding it. This workshop gives employees the tools to do just that.
Employees interested in taking ownership of their own personal and career development.
to provide employees with greater understanding of their personality natural abilities, values and preferences, clearer career goals, and the tools for taking the initiative in their own career growth in the organization.
Behavior Based Interviewing[Four-hour behavioral interviewing skills workshop for hiring managers and HR professionals, including 35-page workbook]
Both research and practical experience have shown that the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. This is why interviewing experts agree that the best way to predict future on-the-job performance is to gather detailed stories from applicants that either prove they have the required abilities or that they do not.
This four-hour session provides hiring managers with an overview of the interviewing method that is now widely recognized as the best predictor of job performance
Any manager or HR professional with responsibility for screening, interviewing, and hiring.
To give participants a solid understanding of the rationale and methods for skillfully preparing for and conducting behavior-based interviews, while also providing the opportunity for practicing a simulated behavior-based interview using an actual job to be filled.
Limited to 25 participants
BlueScope Steel (Butler Manufacturing Company)
C & S Corporation Consulting Engineers
Country Meadows Retirement Communities
General Electric Corporation
General Mills Corporation
Johnson County (Kansas) Sheriff’s Department
Mid-Atlantic Association for Court Management
The New Jersey Court System
New York State Unified Court System
Ocean County (N.J.) Library System
Oklahoma State University
Project Management Institute (PMI)
Scott Specialty Gases
Space Coast Credit Union
Terracon (Consulting Engineers)
United Missouri Bank
Western Capital Mortgage Company
To contact Leigh Branham, call (913) 620-4645 or E-mail Leigh at LB@keepingthepeople.com.