Towers Watson conducted a Global Workforce Study and found that only about a third of the global workforce is highly engaged, leaving the remaining two-thirds less engaged or not engaged.
This is important because highly engaged employees are emotionally committed to their organization’s goals and use their discretionary effort to go the extra mile on behalf of their organization. In addition, the stock prices of organizations that are part of Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” rose an average of 14 percent over a period of seven years, compared to 5 percent for the overall market. In other words, doing well for your employees results in doing well for your stockholders.
What do employees who are not highly engaged do? They might look for work elsewhere—or perhaps even worse, stay and do the bare minimum to remain employed. There are many studies that investigate why good employees leave their jobs. These studies have consistently discovered the following reasons for employee departure: lack of meaningful work, lack of trust and respect, lack of support from direct supervisors and management, lack of appreciation, constantly shifting priorities and reorganization, feeling ignored or micromanaged. This 3-hour instructor-led online seminar offers workplace tips, self-assessment exercises, real-life scenarios, practice activities, and more.
Steve Dew is an experienced, professional and engaging leadership consultant with over 25 years of real-world management and executive level experience. Having worked for both fortune 500 level companies as well as small, privately held companies, Steve has led, coached and mentored people at all levels of an organization to help improve personal, team and organizational effectiveness. He is an experienced trainer and facilitator having delivered hundreds of training programs and coaching sessions throughout the United States as well as internationally in Canada, South America and the United Kingdom. Steve has worked with individuals, teams and corporations, and has delivered live public training to as many as 200 participants.
Having led corporate human resources and training departments, Steve knows what it takes to build and maintain a team culture that values employees, drives performance, fosters accountability, and builds commitment. Steve will add life and depth to your training experience by bringing his hands-on experience with the day-to-day challenges you face.
Steve’s consulting and training experience include topics such: employee relations, performance management, interviewing, team building, building trust, conflict resolution, disciplinary action, coaching and feedback, relationship management, succession planning, rewards and recognition, delegation, communication and presentation skills, personal branding, and more.
Whether it’s building your team and creating a culture of commitment and accountability, or trying to head off a mutiny, Steve has worked with leaders and teams to achieve more than they thought possible, as well as overcome obstacles preventing success.
Steve believes that helping others to achieve their goals, at the office or in a training session, starts with engagement. His training and coaching style focuses on practical, time tested, sensible concepts that can be applied by anyone.