If you are in Winnipeg on September 24th (my 61st. birthday). I invite you to join me for an employee engagement session for Manitoba Customer Contact Association.
— MCCA (@MBCustContact) July 27, 2015
Employee Engagement Calling
How You Can Change Engagement from a Busy Signal into a Vital Way of Working?
with David Zinger
At times, employee engagement seems to be a bunch of noise and management jargon. Yet employee engagement makes significant contributions to both individuals and organizations. Engagement improves customer service, performance, and profits while increasing employee retention, happiness, and well-being.
David Zinger removes the jargon of employee engagement with a simple eight-word definition of employee engagement: good work done well with others every day.
Join with David for an engaging morning that will improve work for both you and your organization. Learn how work can make you well and how you can improve your own engagement while influencing other people’s engagement. David will have us focus on the small, simple, significant, strategic, and sustainable behaviors that make a difference in our work so that our work makes a difference for us. David will also help participants look at the principles and practices of work gamification.
David applies the 10 building blocks from the pyramid of engagement to improve: results, performance, progress, relationships, recognition, moments, strengths, meaning, wellbeing, and energy.
His approach is engaging, evidence-based, current, informative, interactive, and practical. The morning offers an inspiring and informative mix of the latest information on engagement, fused with interaction to examine and improve engagement, finishing with practical and tactical behaviors you can start using during the workshop and on your next shift.
As an added bonus David will be looking at gamification. The application of gaming principles and practices to work and organizations, has been gathering momentum over the past 5 years. Game designers know how to keep players engaged and we have much to learn from them. During the workshop we will look at four key principles for games and how simple gamification can be used to make work more engaging. For example, David has gamified his work and wellbeing actions for the past 3 years and it has improved work productivity, overall wellbeing, and social contribution.
David Zinger is an employee engagement speaker and expert who works around the world on employee engagement and resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.