he training process in six easy steps:
Delivery of the Employee Engagement Training Program.
A learning journal will accompany every workbook. Participants will be encouraged to make note of creative solutions to address relevant work issues.
Approximately three to four weeks after the program, a business coach will contact each participant to monitor their progress and provide some specific c ideas to address any issues.
RAIT (TM) is a valid and reliable learning assessment tool which produces a return on your investment, on any training program delivered. Developed by Dr Stanley Rodski, a neuropsychologist, this measurement system enables identification of training which exceeds, meets or falls short of learning expectations.
Individuals learn in different ways. An additional learning tool will be sent to each participant after the training program. All tools are complimentary. Tools are selected that are likely to create a behavioural change in each participant, for example, articles of interest and reference materials such as Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People.
Several weeks after the program participants are encouraged to meet again to discuss what strategies worked and what areas still need improvement. This workshop is facilitated and participants are encouraged to adopt best agreed strategies. Employee Engagement – Program Outline MODULE 1: What is employee engagement?
MODULE 2: Positive impact of engagement on your business
MODULE 3: Measuring Engagement
MODULE 4: Driving Employee Engagement
MODULE 5: Acquiring and retaining skilled employees
MODULE 6: Quality of leadership
MODULE 7: Organisational Culture
MODULE 8: Employee wellness
MODULE 9: Knowledge Sharing & Networking
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