Leaders can encourage employee motivation, organizationally align performance, and increase engagement in today’s diverse workplace. Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to describe and apply evidence-based leadership practices that promote employee motivation and engagement in your workplace.
Registrants of this course will be able to describe how motivational theories and the alignment of personal values can inform responsibility, creative thinking, and collaboration. You will also be able to build a workplace culture that supports high levels of employee engagement.
Describe leadership practices that encourage enhanced employee motivation and engagement.
The following concepts, skills, and issues are used to support this Outcome:
- * Discuss how generational diversity can impact employee motivation and engagement.
- * Describe strategies leaders can use to encourage increased motivation, values alignment, and engagement.
- * Discuss how classical theories of motivation can inform employee motivation.
- * Describe workplace conditions that promote enhanced employee motivation and engagement.
- * Investigate how workplace conditions can influence employee motivation.
- * Identify workplace conditions that promote enhanced employee engagement.
This workshop is recommended to any leaders looking for strategies to increase employee engagement in today's diverse workplace. Register now, as space is limited!
Please confirm your attendance by Monday, April 12th @ 4:00 PM.
We will be using the Zoom meeting platform for this virtual workshop. A link to join will be sent out to all registrants 12-24 hours prior to the workshop via email. A complimentary digital workbook including discussion points and critical-thinking questions will also be supplied prior to this event.
*Please note: to enhance this discussion we encourage you to join the video portion of this workshop for the duration of this event.
About our Speaker:
Dana Rankin, M.Res. M.Ed. B.A. Adult Learning Specialist
Dana is a caring, creative and innovative educationalist fueled by her love for all things learning. In addition to facilitating personal, professional and leadership development training, she operates her own educational consulting and training business. Being an adult educator for 20+ years, she’s worked across a wide range of industries, occupations and workplaces such as: higher education, retail, government, correctional services, and hospitality to name a few. As an educator having had several management and leadership roles, Dana recognizes the significant connection between learning and leadership and she’s always looking forward to helping people, teams and organizations achieve their performance goals with an enriching learning experience. Dana’s other love is her family. She enjoys spending much of her spare time working with them on different home projects and taking road trips.