Simply put, happier employees are easier to manage whereas unhappy, disinterested employees are more difficult. If you want to reduce workplace issues like firings and other unpleasant hassles, you’ll want to start by encouraging employee engagement.
When managing your teams, keep in mind:
· People work better when they feel like what they’re doing means something.
· Positive reinforcement is underestimated—and free.
· Listen to employee feedback and make a genuine effort to attend to reasonable requests.
When it comes to curating the right work environment, managers are responsible for much of the energy that envelops the office. With that in mind, you want to make sure you foster an environment that makes people want to return to work the next day, not savor every moment leading up to it.
To develop more strategies our Great Engagement: Engage and Mobilize Employees Training Program focuses on simple but powerful behaviours that will have maximum impact on a leader’s ability to engage his or her employees.
For more information and to register: https://redworkscoaching.com/services/executive-coaching/engage-and-mobilize-employees/
Your organization may be eligible for funding through the Canada Job Grant program. Employers may be eligible to receive two-thirds of the training cost.