About This Course
The push for higher employee engagement isn’t new, and yet it feels woefully out of reach. Improving employee engagement is the need of the hour, but where to start?
In this workshop, participants will learn how to engage with their team, develop trust, promote collaboration, motivate and inspire their teams, and build a “Speak Up” culture.
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Skill Drill 1: Develop Trust and Promote Collaboration (1.5 hours)
In this Skill Drill, participants will be introduced to the concept of competing vs. collaborating. The participants will also be taken through the trust-building behaviors, which would lead to more engaged and productive teams.
- Learn the five conflict management styles
- Learn and apply strategies to move from a competition stage to a collaborative stage
- Understand the eight trust-building behaviors
- Recognize the impact of not applying the same on levels of trust and overall morale
Skill Drill 2: Motivate and Inspire (1.5 hours)
In this interactive game-based Skill Drill, participants will be introduced to the concept of motivation and the factors that would lead to everyone having a unique driving force to push them forward.
Participants will be taken through topics such as:
- The Skill/Will Matrix
- The Iceberg Model
- Value Drivers
- Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation
Skill Drill 3: Create a “Speak Up Culture” (0.5 hours)
In this Skill Drill, participants will understand why “Speak up culture” is essential and learn how to encourage a healthy, supportive environment. Promoting a “Speak Up” culture enables team members the freedom to share their ideas, opinions, and concerns without fear of retaliation or penalty.
Participants will be taken through how to:
- Create a “Speak Up” culture
- Drive open conversations
- Create a safe space
- Learning nudges on days 2, 5, 10, and 15
- Program Evaluation
Learner stories: short stories articulated by learners about finding real-world applications of the concepts taught during the workshop. These stories can be captured in the form of a blog or vlog.
- No prerequisites