Strengths-Based Leadership – Creating a Culture of Engagement in Your Team
According to the latest research from the Gallup organization: “Organizations and team with higher employee engagement and lower active disengagement perform at higher levels. For example, organizations that are the best in engaging their employees achieve earnings-per-share growth that is more than four times that of their competitors. Compared with business units in the bottom quartile, those in the top quartile of engagement realize substantially better customer engagement, higher productivity, better retention, fewer accidents, and 21% higher profitability. Engaged workers also report better health outcomes.”
In this session we will look at Gallup’s latest research on engagement and the factors that contribute to creating a culture of engagement in your team.
Through interactive activities, Leaders will be able to:
Pre-requisite:Completion of the Gallup Q12 team survey as well as the CliftonStrengths assessment