NSCC’s October Supervisors’ Connection, What Does Employee Engagement Really Mean?


North Shore Community College will hold  their October Supervisors’ Connection, What Does Employee Engagement Really Mean?, Wednesday, October 22, 2014, from 8-10 a.m. at NSCC’s Corporate Training Solutions (CTS), 181 Elliott 100 Cummings Center, Suite 121E, Beverly. Cost is $39pp and includes a continental breakfast.

Are you a supervisor who wants to positively influence the engagement of workers?  Employee engagement happens when an employee is totally involved in their work.  It is often defined as “being in the flow.”  Employees not engaged are often seen as indifferent and do the minimum amount of work to get the job done.

Workshop Takeaways
This program will introduce you to the ways to achieve meaningful engagement from your employees.  Our conversation will include:

  • What “employee engagement” really means
  • Why engagement is not motivation
  • Why supervising non-engaged employees is difficult, and
  • The steps in putting meaning back into an employee’s work

Facilitator: Betsy Day is a Professional Development Trainer and Coach for Corporate Training Solutions.  For 18 years, she has helped individuals and organizations to cultivate and sustain effectiveness, and is adept at teaching people how to balance “what they do” and “how they do it.”

NSCC’s Supervisors’ Connection is a give-and-take forum where supervisors and managers exchange information and ideas with colleagues from other industries.

To register or for more information, call 978-236-1240 .

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