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The Top Ten Drivers of Employee Engagement

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The simple fact is that the common issues and problems leaders face get in the way of their success, their team’s success – and ultimately – their organization’s success.

The day to day drama of leadership is tiring, leaving leaders feeling stuck in the movie Groundhog Day, encountering the same concerns over and over again; difficult staff, lack of motivation, communication conflicts, leadership and management systems that need refining, resulting in less than expected performance results.

Debora McLaughlin will reveal the top ten drivers of employee engagement and what today’s leaders can do to maximize their impact on their organizations while freeing themselves up from the day to day confines of micromanagement so they can have more time to take a meta-view of their organizations, to think more expansively or simply gain stress free time for themselves. Joined by co-host Donna Price, McLaughlin will reveal to listeners:

•The top 10 drivers of employee engagement

•What front line leaders need to know about their employees

•What senior management should know to create an engaged productive organizational culture.

Using the current employee engagement studies McLaughlin will report findings as well as share case studies of organizations that have achieved business results due to a focus on maximizing employee engagement. McLaughlin states “Employee Engagement is no longer a nice to have soft skills focus, instead it is a strategy most successful companies focus on to maximize performance and to secure sustainability.” Best Buy measure employee engagement annually and reports a $100,000 return in operating revenue for every one tenth of a percent increase in employee engagement. McLaughlin will share the performance statistics others can hope to achieve. The Real World Leadership Institute focuses on building high performance organizations built upon a foundation of trust, employee engagement and collaboration.