Let's Get Engaged!

Why Employee Engagement Training?

Employee engagement is one of the most important organizational focuses for successful organizations, but it's still quite misunderstood as a concept. That's why many are looking for ways to improve it. It's a topic on the mind of many human resources and people operations departments, and its popularity has grown immensely over the past 15 years. 

As a matter of fact, if you did a quick google search on the term "employee engagement" - the results showed 228,000,000 results (0.72 seconds)! 
Employee engagement is based on trust, integrity, two-way commitment and communication between an organization and its members. It is an approach that increases the chances of business success, contributing to organizational and individual performance, productivity and well-being, and it can be measured. Employee engagement varies from poor to great. It can be nurtured and dramatically increased; it can be lost and thrown away.

Employee engagement is a key competitive differentiator in the modern business landscape, and it's not surprising that highly-engaged teams perform much better than their counterparts.  

What are the specific things we need to know, and do, to hire the best fit for our organizations and retain the talent we already have?  How does that really look in our day-to day-operations? This module is crucial to anyone who manages and leads others in your charge!
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These are just a few of the topics we'll cover:
  • A top-down commitment to engagement as a culture
  • Defining your engaged purpose
  • Understand simple engagement principles
  • Measuring engagement levels on an ongoing basis
  • Best practices to keep your teams engaged
  • The 6 E's of employee engagement

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there requirements or prerequisites for these modules?

  • There are no prerequisites for these modules. It’s open to anyone with the desire to live a more exciting, satisfying, and successful life.  
  • Your success in these modules will depend upon your ability to put the information into action. The information is simple, but understanding the information is insufficient. The application of the information is all that matters in the end.  

Is there a particular audience that these modules are geared toward?  

  • These modules are geared toward those who desire to be more successful and create the life of their dreams.  
  • Anyone that wants to learn how to be a more effective version of himself will benefit greatly from these modules.
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This is HR gold! This module has given me a fantastic insight into my team.  I now have a much clearer understanding of what creates a culture of engagement within my organization and how I can help maintain it.  I highly recommend it!


Angela Edwards
Too often, leaders and managers become so involved with the day-to-day operations that little attention is paid to employee engagement until it's too late.  This module provided insights into hiring for the best fit as well as how to retain top talent once they are 'married' into the company.
William Brookville

It is always a challenge to pinpoint what is undermining the individuals within the team. This module provided ways to perform swift analysis of individual engagement, motivation and happiness, and showed how each person fit into the team and could be best served by their manager. 
Jorge Vargas

Vicki Maurer

Academy of eLearning Founder
  vicki@academyelearn.net
Meet Your Module Facilitator
BACKGROUND:
Vicki has served in many training & development, sales, coaching, mentoring and leadership roles over the last 30+ years. The majority of her experience comes from working in post-secondary education, where her passion for helping others reach their “lightbulb moment” was born.

FUN FACTS:
Vicki has four "Dach-sons" that are also the Academy's four-legged goodwill ambassadors.  At a prior time in her life she was a radio D.J. 

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