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Increase Engagement on My Team

Gallup defines engaged employees as those who are involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace. Is your team engaged? How do you measure if they are? Gallup found that only 32% of employees are engaged at work in the US. Engagement is linked to job performance and satisfaction, so when you have members of your team who are not engaged, it can negatively impact your productivity and other members of your team.

In many industries, a lack of employee engagement can negatively impact hiring, retention, customer service, the bottom line, and the overall health of your organization. The first step having an engaged team is being aware of your current state. 

How Can Strengths University Help? 

Strengths University offers engagement training for the entire organization as well as administrators and supervisors. We are trained Gallup Engagement Champions who will help you and your team members better understand what engagement is and how it can impact your organization.

 

Using Gallup’s Q12 assessment tool, we can help you determine the engagement levels of your team or organization, and more importantly, we can help you train administrators and supervisors on how to  increase engagement for their team or organization. This means higher retention, productivity, and overall job satisfaction. Strengths University offers presentations, workshops, and supervisor training on engagement alone or even more effectively in combination with Strengths training.

Suggested Next Steps

  • Sign up for a free Campus Visit, a 15 minute chat with one of our coaches, to find out how we can help you increase employee engagement for your team or organization.   

  • If you are a supervisor interested in increasing engagement on your team, any our Strengths 101, 201, or 301 Individual Coaching Packages would be a great way to discover how to use the Q12, Gallup’s employee engagement survey, with your team, as well as how to use Strengths to build an engaged team. We will work one on one with you to explore your Strengths and how you can create an engagement focused culture.  

  • If you are the head of an organization/institution, in HR, or a supervisor, Contact Us to set up a group training, workshop, to help your organization/team become more engaged.  

Begin Developing Your Strengths.

Contact our Strengths Team for more information or to schedule a service.

Kim Pert, Associate Director of Human Resources

Anne and Alicia approached me about adding Strengths Finders to our New Employee Orientation. They did a fantastic job of keeping the session fun and laid-back! Our employees learned about the areas where they individually excel and how they can use their strengths to make the most of their position—whether it be a custodial position or a vice president position.  The Strengths Finders program also offers opportunities to learn about co-workers’ personalities.  Have you ever wondered why you just cannot seem to get along with that certain co-worker?  After completing Anne’s and Alicia’s Strengths Finders seminar, you will understand why that co-worker has different values than you do and once you know their strengths, you can forge ahead into a mutually beneficial working relationship.  I highly recommend Anne’s and Alicia’s Strengths Finders seminar for new employees, departments, individuals and anyone who wants to learn more about themselves and build stronger relationships with others.