Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm

Leading an Engaged Workforce

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Now, learn how to engage employees using the four emotional drivers of engagement discovered in our ground-breaking research. By utilizing key insights from the Dale Carnegie study on emotional intelligence leadership and employee engagement you will learn to lead your team, division or company to new levels of achievement.
As a leader, your ability to trigger the right emotions can make or break employee engagement levels for your entire team. Our research has identified specific emotional drivers that engaged employees feel toward their Leaders. The most successful executives understand the important relationship between emotional intelligence and leadership and create a workforce that is confident and enthusiastic about their work, empowered to get the job done their way, and inspired to reach personal and organizational success.
Leading an Engaged Workforce is the only leadership training program and employee engagement seminar that specifically targets these emotions that govern workplace engagement.
The only sustainable competitive advantage that you have is your ability to drive your team to full engagement. Leading with emotional intelligence can help you achieve that by tapping into the emotional drivers of employee engagement.

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Who Should Attend

Middle managers, front-line supervisors, directors, senior leaders of small to mid-size companies, or HR professionals responsible for leadership development or driving, strengthening, and sustaining employee engagement.


• Define engagement and why it is critical to organization success
• Practice leadership skills that enhance emotions leading to higher engagement levels
• Apply strategies to maintain discretionary effort and an engaged workforce
• Devise a plan to impact engagement in your organization


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