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TrainingBriefs® You Hear What They’re Saying?

Engaging & Leading Employees for Impact

Some say leaders are born. Others feel leaders are made. Regardless, leaders must understand that if their style is creating friction or impacting employee engagement, it's time to consider changing the way they lead. The leader’s role is typically well defined. Managers and supervisors are in the organization to engage their staff - and to foster a culture which balances and attends to both…the work and the people.

Learning Paths & Details

Competencies

  • Developing Core Leadership Skills

Learning Objectives

  • Learn that if a leadership style is creating friction or impacting employee engagement - it's time to consider a change.
  • Understand the importance of managers and supervisors of engaging their staff to get work done.

Interactivity

  • Audible Narration
  • Linear Navigation
  • Integrated Video
  • Interactions and Activities
  • Post-Assessment

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Also Available as: Video Vignettes

Do You Hear What They’re Saying?  (from The Future of Work™)

Do You Hear What They’re Saying? (from The Future of Work™)

Some of the past ways of leading like command and control will not work well with the new generations coming into the workforce. They’re less interested in authority and fitting into old structures, and more interested in feeling like they belong and can contribute. The manager’s role is to engage their staff and to foster a culture which balances and attends to both…the work and the people. When we say that people matter and that relationships matter, it means that we are willing to change and be more flexible. That’s what inclusion is all about.

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Additional Information

Newer generations tend to be less interested in authority and fitting into old structures, and more interested in feeling like they belong and can contribute. When we say that people matter and that relationships matter, it means that we are willing to change and be more flexible.

That’s what inclusion is all about.


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