About Employee Engagement Training Sessions

Being engaged in work can be the difference between a lovingly crafted product, and a quality-lacking assembly line product. Employee engagement is a key factor to consider in the quality of a worker; it helps the company tell between the passionate team member committed to his or her craft, and the worker who is just going through the motions. There are many ways to gauge employee engagement, but sometimes, it is better for the company and its progress to help foster that engagement among its employees. This training course is therefore set to help foster employee engagement among your staff and build enthusiasm for the task your company specialises in.
An employee that is engaged is a happy employee, and a happy employee is a productive one. Keeping yourself engaged with your work is a key component in a constantly developing, and high quality employee. These methods will train your team members to use positive language, set achievable, but impressive goals, and to build an organised workspace. This training course is essential in building employees with a growth mind-set, and enthusiasm for the task at hand. This pairs well with sessions about teamwork, company loyalty, and growth mind-set. If you wish to know about our other training courses and services, please contact us.

Available in Brisbane Sydney Adelaide Perth Canberra Melbourne Parramatta Geelong Gold Coast and many more. Australia Wide.

Declare Their Mission

It is much easier to get excited about a mission than it is to get excited about a job. The first step to engagement is to change your mind-set about how you see work. Changing it can be as simple as changing the word you use to describe your role. Referring to it as a job tends to imply drudgery, and general discontent. It implies that you have to do it even though you don’t want to. When the connotation of the word is like that, it creates the same mental images. When that happens, it tends to create the same feelings in you as it does in the images. Changing the word you refer to your craft with to “mission” can really change how you feel about your craft. It creates more positive, more determined images. The word “mission” implies objectives, determination, and a good ending. This is essentially changing your standard language from pessimism to optimism. Pessimists are usually the workers who use words like “I can’t,” “It’s too hard,” or “I’ll never do that again.” It tends to be the case that they who believe they will lose are defeated before the battle even begins. Being engaged means starting with the belief that it is possible to win, that the mission can be accomplished, and that you will work hard enough to make it happen. You can repeat to yourself an abstract way of interpreting your work to motivate you to keep doing it. Teachers, for example, often negatively see their work as grading papers, lecturing in front of students, and yelling at misbehaving learners. A positive teacher, however, may instead choose to see it as forming the next generation of lawyers, doctors, and leaders. The latter is more likely to be motivating to a number of workers because it offers a mission, declares a purpose to care about the work. This care for work is the most basic, and most important step towards employee engagement, and any employee can do this, pumping themselves up to give their best every day at work.

Achieve Whenever Possible

When one is engaged at work, one is more likely to seek higher quality in work produced. That quality can be sought in achieving things at work, whether it is small or grand objectives. Getting yourself to achieve something at work can be a great motivator to do more. The feeling of achievement tends to be addictive, as tiring as it can be to get that fix, and it is an extremely productive drug to have. A worker that is constantly racking up achievements, sealing deals, making breakthroughs, or meeting the quota is not only an inspiration to others to put their backs into their mission, it provides the achiever with the motivation to keep doing better. This is fantastic for company and worker progress and quality. A worker who is achieving something is exhibiting a good work ethic and focus on accomplishing the mission that the job sets them too. For example, Jim may be a worker at a science facility, and wants to set the goal of making a breakthrough in chemistry. With a goal set, the achievement has been sighted; he has to figure out how to get that breakthrough. However, before he begins, he has to set smaller goals to get a sense of stepping up to certain achievements. He can start with the small achievement of keeping his workspace constantly clean and spill-free. Then, he can move on to the achievement of writing respectable research proposals constantly for his facility. On and on, he keeps taking steps until he finishes all preliminary and prerequisite steps of achievement, and finally, he’s there, and achieves a breakthrough. It is commonly thought that constantly being active will tire one out, but constant activity actually is a powerful counter to lack of engagement. After all, the more one does something, the more likely one is to love it. We discuss this example and more within this training module.

Build The Home Base

Organising your workspace to help you achieve more is a good way to encourage employee engagement. This does not have to be a solo employee effort either; the company can also engage in building the workspace with and for the employee. The best companies tend to have pre-designed teamwork-encouraging workspaces, or have no set parameters for what a workspace has to look like besides basic cleanliness, allowing a worker to organise and design the home base of the mission however they choose.

Customised Training Session For Teams (Included No Charge)

No education would ever be complete without key modifications, and while we’re capable of doing that, we highly value your personal input. In fact, it’s our top priority with the content customisation service. If you avail of this, not only can you modify aspects of the workbook such as the style, certificate colour, tone of the text and key activities, you can make these modifications without worrying about the cost as it is free. This is simply how much we care about you and your team, and we’re going to do everything we can to help them grow the way you see fit!

In-House Customised training benefits:

  • Flexible length – You choose the length of the session
  • Highly Effective Team/Industry Specific
  • Certificate of Completion (Professional Grade)
  • Create a Team Building environment
  • Cost effective – Group rate discount
  • Printed courseware (No need to download or use an App to read)

Creating Content (Contact us for Quotation)

Not only do we care enough to let you modify, we can even create entirely new content to help you realise the ideal training conditions! Simply state your requests, and your training manual will grow in pages and substance with the inclusion of things such as company colour, logo, statistics, case studies and other research materials. Other languages can also be added to maximise your team’s learning experience. We give you our team to help give you the power to make your team great, and we’re looking forward to help you reach your desired goals Contact us if you would like your very own courseware created.

Instructor Led Online

Download Certificate of Completion $495 inc GST
Printed and Posted Certificate of Completion $515 inc GST

If you have an employee that needs to hone a certain skill or that you want to train up in a different area entirely, our online assisted training sessions are a great way to go. You get an extremely high quality trainer and course material for your session at a time of your choosing. Conducted via online video feed, it is a great alternative to sending an employee off site to have training. Book in you session now!

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