Stephanie Angelo

Threadbare: Are Your Employee Motivation Programs Thin and Tattered with Age?

Threadbare: Are Your Employee Motivation Programs Thin and Tattered with Age?

Companies need to constantly innovate to stay ahead of the competition. A company content to stand still eventually becomes stagnant and loses market-share.  You need to be skilled and informed to adapt to ever- changing environments.  You need motivation and inspiration to breakthrough to the next level.  It’s essential to develop and foster strong company cultures by establishing innovative customized in-house programs through a motivational Culture of Learning.

In this session attendees will learn what a Culture of Learning is, why it’s of critical value to your organization, and the seven ingredients to create and sustain it.

A strong motivational Culture of Learning equals reduced absenteeism, higher productivity, loyal and engaged employees. Your takeaway is higher performing employees, higher performing teams, and higher performing organizations.

Program Takeaways:

  • Attendees will understand Culture of Learning is and the value to their organization.
  • Attendees will discover options for creating a customized program for their workplace.
  • Attendees will identify how to evaluate and measure their program.

Learning Objectives:

    • A clear understanding of a Culture of Learning definition
    • Pre and Post program measurement
    • The 7 ingredients necessary for its success
    • How the organization reaps the benefits
    • Organization is better equipped to attract, train and retain employees
This program has previously received HRCI and SHRM continuing education/recertification credits under the title 

Threadbare: Are Your Employee Motivation Programs Thin and Tattered with Age? and may currently be eligible for your organization.

Next Steps...

Easy. Contact us to learn how we can help you attract, train and retain your employees.

Email: stephanie@stephanieangelo.com
Phone: (480) 646-2400
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