Getting What You Want Out of Work

Engagement at work has been the topic of articles, research, studies, and conversations for decades. Organizations spend time, energy and resources assessing levels of employee engagement and then plotting and planning ways to raise numbers and move needles on reports. What is too often overlooked, though, is the opportunity to help employees focus on their part of the engagement equation.

Engagement is personal. Helping employees examine the keys to their own criteria for feeling engaged with their lives at work includes them in the effort at the individual level. As they uncover what factors are most important to them and learn how to express those needs, they become more committed to the role they play in creating conditions where their engagement is maximized, and they begin to have greater agency over their level of satisfaction at work.

With less than one third of employees reporting they feel engaged, enthusiastic, and energized by their work (Gartner, 2023),we believe it makes sense to bring everyone into the dialogue as well as the solution.

Engage Your Employees in the Equation

ENGAGE! Getting What You Want Out of Work is a fast-paced learning experience designed to empower employees to take actions to increase their satisfaction at work. Built on the concepts and 26 strategies of Love It, Don’t Leave It: 26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work, employees (at any level) learn to define, leverage and increase their equity investments at work related to development, relationships and environment.

Participants in this program will:

  • Increase awareness of the importance of engagement at the individual, team and organization levels.
  • Examine and recognize the personal investments they’ve built within the organization.
  • Emerge with a starter plan for creating and sustaining work life satisfaction and engagement.

Executives hoped that employees could take more responsibility for their own satisfaction and find ways to achieve their career goals within the company. The result: turnover fell from 33% to 21%.

Sr. VP, Fortune 1000 Financial Services Organization

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