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Studies continue to show that employee engagement in the workplace remains low- around the 30% range.  Low levels of employee engagement have a negative impact on achieving organizational goals, and create a workplace that does not encourage high performance.  During this session, we answer the three key questions of employee engagement:  1) What do we know from evidence-based science?  2) How can I apply that science to increase my personal level of engagement?   3) How can I improve the engagement levels of others?  This course introduces a new model based on positive psychology practices, called the AD-FIT%TM model, that you can apply immediately.

This course provides leaders at all levels with an introduction into the science and practice of employee engagement.  Any manager or leader with a growth mindset can apply this course content to lead individual, group or organizational change in your business.  This content has been distributed to thousands of leaders in governments, private and nonprofit organizations, as well as individuals.

The content of this course is gleaned from thousands of our leadership consulting clients since 1997, and the presenter’s dissertation research on positive psychology.  The goal of this course is to introduce leaders like you to world-class techniques so that you gain competitive advantage.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize key variables that influence employee engagement.
  • Discover how to measure employee engagement.
  • Identify how to increase individual employee engagement.
  • Identify how to develop organizational employee engagement.
Last updated/reviewed: October 18, 2018

7 Reviews (40 ratings)Reviews

5
Anonymous Author
I thought this would be an easy refresher course, but I actually learned several things as a result of taking this class. The instructor did a wonderful job of explaining the importance of engaging our workforce.
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Member's Profile
The information was great and very useful. The presenter seemed to use the course as an advertisement for his services, which is not bad, but sometimes distracting to the material being presented (in my opinion).
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Member's Profile
Video included repeated parts. I'm not sure if this was intentional or not, but I saw the introduction several times.
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Anonymous Author
Good ideas but a little too repetitive on some of the topics. seemed a little dated as well on the examples.
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Anonymous Author
Interesting course with a good instructor. Appreciated the research behind the information.
5
Member's Profile
Not what I expected in an employee engagement presentation, but very powerful and practical
5
Anonymous Author
I found this course engaging with helpful ideas to use immediately

Prerequisites

Course Complexity: Intermediate

No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.

Please print out the handout before viewing the video section of this course.

Education Provider Information

Company:
Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
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Course Syllabus
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
  4:11Introduction on How to Increase Engagement
  14:09Where Are We Now?
  9:30How Do I Help Myself?
  10:30Engagement
  16:49How Do I Help Others?
CONTINUOUS PLAY
  54:32How to Increase Employee Engagement Full Video
Supporting Materials
  PDFSlides: How to Increase Employee Engagement
  PDFHow to Increase Employee Engagement Glossary/Index
  PDFHandout: How to Increase Employee Engagement
REVIEW & TEST
  quizREVIEW QUESTIONS
 examFINAL EXAM