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Employee engagement is a business necessity. Research shows that engaged employees are more productive; they retain and build your customer base, which in turn makes your organization more profitable.

Leading 2 Engage™ is a high-impact program for your leaders and managers. It is the beginning of a new way of working together-strengthening the emotional commitment of employees to increase organizational results. Your managers and leaders will leave the program with action steps planned and ready to execute.

The Leading 2 Engage™ process is built on an extensive two year research effort from the industry’s undisputed leader Curt Coffman, examining both individual and collaborative team performance in the workplace. In-depth interviews were conducted with high performers spanning 26 industries and involving a national poll of more than a thousand employed people.

EE9™ Report

The nine items on the Employee Engagement 9™, (EE9™) assessment are the most current and relevant factors found in understanding the conditions that create and sustain high performance of both individuals and organizations. EE9™ is a set of items found to be linked to high performing individuals. These outcomes include, but are not limited to: 1) talent retention, 2) absenteeism, 3) sales and margin growth rates, 4) customer engagement and retention and 5) individualized development.
Personal insight into your individual EE9™ report in relation to your team.
Understand the power of each EE9™ item and its priority toward building engagement.
Learn how human energy impacts everything you do as a leader and how you can use it to your advantage.
Learn three keys to building a more engaged team.
Learn how to share your EE9™ report with your team and a team follow-up process that can help enhance engagement.
Learn how to implement a plan for one-on-one employee follow-up discussions that will develop your ability to engage your team.
The research identified three types of engagement with the following corresponding percentages:

Engaged Employees: Productive in relationships, innovation, efficiency and impact.
   Represent 31% of workforce.

Not Engaged:       Do just enough to get by; don’t feel their talents are being fully utilized,
   if offered options will leave the organization.
   Represent 40% of workforce.

Activity Disengaged:  Are unhappy and act it out, unproductive and create a disruptive effect.
   Represent 29% of workforce.
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