6 Things Leaders Are Doing to Get Employees Engaged | Recorded Webinar

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60 minutes

Employee engagement is a major problem in many organizations.  According to a global survey cited by Forbes, “less than one quarter of employees are highly engaged and 39% are moderately engaged. Low levels of engagement among employees contributes to decreased customer satisfaction, slower revenue growth, high turnover, high absenteeism rates, and a myriad of other issues that negatively impact day-to-day operations as well as the bottom line.

Unfortunately, there is a missed opportunity for organizations to leverage their leaders to boost engagement.  There are many reasons why employee engagement might be low. However, one of the biggest issues is leadership.  As noted in a Business Insider article, “people don’t leave jobs; they leave managers.” The behaviors and actions of those in leadership positions have a direct impact on employee engagement.

The question remains: “What can the leaders in your organization do to get and keep employees engaged?” Join expert Rick Lepsinger for one-hour of free learning as he shares his expertise.

Attendees will learn

  • Why improving engagement is worth the time and effort
  • How to recognize and measure the level of employee engagement
  • What employees value more than salary
  • What leaders can do to get and keep employees engaged

Who should attend

  • Managers
  • Leaders
  • HR professionals
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small business owners
  • Decision-makers


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Rick Lepsinger is President of OnPoint Consulting. His career has focused on helping organizations and leaders identify and develop leaders, work better virtually, enhance cross functional team performance, and get from strategy to execution faster.  He conducts numerous seminars and workshops on succession management, leading from a distance, leading cross functional teams, and enhancing execution.  Rick has written numerous articles and is the author or co-author of several books.

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