Using experiential learning approach, this approach will provide an opportunity to examine two different types of leadership-Leaders as Energizers and Leaders as Multipliers in relation to Employee Engagement.
Topics covered include:
- Pitfalls of disengaged employees
- Creating an engaged culture
- Know the key drivers of employee engagement
- Five components of employee engagement
Leaders as Energizers
- Recognize gaps in how leaders see themselves and how others see them
- Impact of Energizing Leaders
- Differentiate Energizing Leaders from Negative Energizers
- Unlock the power of positive communication
- 6 Steps leaders can take to become an Energizing leader
Leaders as Multipliers
- Pivotal skill of Leader as a Multiplier
- Remedies to overcome diminishing behaviors and create more Multiplier behaviors
- Creating space for others to think and contribute
- Multiplier mindset
Learning OutcomesUpon completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Explain the causes and effects of disengagement.
- Identify the gaps in how they see themselves and how others see them.
- Focus on possibilities and opportunities rather than on roadblocks.
- Establish important actions to become more of an Energizing Leader.
- Examine the key attributes that differentiate Multipliers from Diminishers.
- Understand the Multiplier mindset and recognize Diminishers.
- Discuss remedies to overcoming diminishing behaviors and create more Multiplier moments.
- Apply the critical steps to improve employee engagement and transform corporate culture.
- Recognize the merit of coaching skills to foster engagement and trust.
Course Fee: $895
Duration (hours): 14
Discounts: McGill alumni and current students, as well as corporate groups of 3 or more participants, benefit from a 15% discount.