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Employee Engagement: The Surprising Truth About What Increases Engagement in the Workplace

HRDQ-U Webinar | Employee Engagement: The Surprising Truth

60 minutes

We used to believe that the best businesses and organizations and even our schools encourage optimal performance by creating motivational systems using ‘carrots and sticks’, or ‘if-then’ rewards – if you do this, then you get that. We now know that these models of motivation are no longer effective. Forty years of research reveals the surprising truth that traditional notions of motivation in the workplace do not work very well, and that there is a better way to engage people and get them to perform at a higher level.

Join subject matter expert Karl Mulle’s upcoming live webinar, Employee Engagement: The Surprising Truth About What Increases Engagement in the Workplace. This one-hour learning experience is all about the new science of workplace engagement, and how we can tap into the discretionary emotional energy of employees to create engaging, positive and motivating environments.

Attendees will learn

  • Define employee engagement
  • Discuss the benefits of employee engagement
  • Learn how experts look  at engagement
  • Discover why autonomy, competence, purpose, and progress are more important than carrots and sticks
  • Understand how to apply the Gallup Q12 survey to create a more engaging culture
  • Receive practical engagement tools that can be used to increase engagement in an organization

Who should attend

  • Managers and leaders
  • Human resources professionals
  • Trainers
  • Organizational development professionals


Karl Mulle, M.A.C.P., is a corporate trainer, coach and keynote speaker, as well as a psychotherapist in private practice. He has over 31 years of experience in the design and delivery of energizing and fun programs on human effectiveness. His topics include: developing leaders, building healthy relationships, increasing emotional intelligence, managing diversity, developing communication and presentation skills, managing change, and building effective teams. Karl applies an experiential approach to learning, creatively designing sessions to maximize interaction and self-discovery. His client list includes: General Electric, Chevron, Johnson & Johnson, 3M, Citibank, Nielsen, Cigna, the FDA, and the United States Office of Personnel Management. Karl has traveled extensively throughout the United States (46 states) and European/Asian countries (31 countries), and has recently co-authored the book: Put Emotional Intelligence to Work: EQuip Yourself for Success.

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