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What Interventions Can Managers take to Increase Levels of Engagement?
Thu 10 November 2016, 09:00 – 10:00 GMT
Are your employees interested and engaged in their work ?
Does your workplace have a buzz and high levels of energy ?
Would your employees recommend your Company as a good place to work ?
How do you keep staff engaged & motivated in difficult times ?
This workshop will reveal 4 strands of interventions that managers can take to enhance individual's engagement, motivation and wellbeing in the workplace. Looking at these themes pragmatically we will also focus on how and when these interventions can be used and applied.
Peter and Neil Loadman from Evolved Workplace will be joined by Caroline Knight, doctoral researcher from the Institute of Work Psychology at The University of Sheffield. Caroline's research has focused on these interventions in the workplace.
This workshop is for all who have an interest in employee engagement in the workplace : business owners, entrepreneurs, operational and people managers, HR and L&D professionals, coaches and consultants. The workshop will be an interactive format drawing on the wealth of real life experiences we know we will have in the room. By the end of the session you come away with an understanding of some of the practial steps you can take to improve employee engagement in the workplace.
Given the variety of backgrounds and people we expect to attend the workshop this is also an excellent opportunity to network.
This free event is part of the www.madefestival.com fringe programme and is part of 2 whole days of free seminars being hosted by Evolved Workplace at the state of the art Electric Works co-working facility. You do not need to purchase a ticket for the MADE Festival to attend the fringe events at Electric Works.
On 9th November, Evolved Workplace are also providing another workshop on Employee Engagement entilted 'The Evolved Workplace'. A free, interactive workshop which provides you with practical interventions that managers can take to increase the levels of engagement.