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How to Curb Clock Watching and Increase Employee Engagement

Tips on how to share the responsibility of engagement.

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Is it 5 o’clock yet?  As a manager, that is probably not your favorite thing to hear around the office.  Although employees show up on time and get their work done, many are counting down the hours, minutes and seconds until they can go home. 

Wouldn’t it be great if employees enjoyed their job more?  As a manager, there is only so much you can do to Engage an employee who has no interest in being Engaged.  The real solution is for the employee to want to be more Engaged.  When the responsibility for increasing employee Engagement is shared, outcomes are much more favorable for the employee and employer.

In this informative online session, participants will learn:
• The joint model of Engagement
• How an Engaged workforce affects business outcomes
• How to educate employees on Engagement
• Employee benefits of being Engaged
• Tips for employees to increase their own Engagement
• How managers can support employees in joint ownership of Engagement

Employees will go from watching the clock to wondering where the day went. 

Monster would like to thank Chris Dustin for presenting this webinar.

Presented by:
Chris Dustin
Executive Vice President
HR Solutions, Inc.

As Executive Vice President of Consulting, Mr. Dustin is responsible for the day-to-day leadership, guidance, and management of the firm’s consulting operations. These responsibilities include coaching and guiding clients to implement positive change based on the quantitative and qualitative data collected during the survey process. He is actively involved in conducting Management Kick-Off Meetings, Initial Presentations, Feedback Sessions, Presenting the Final Results and Recommendations to the client, and Action-Planning Training.

Mr. Dustin is also a frequent speaker at conferences nationwide. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado, concentrating in Management. He has worked with many major clients such as Barclays, Walt Disney World corporation and JP Morgan Chase & Co to name just a few.

 

 

 
 
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