#1…Engage: Small is the New Significant for Employee Engagement
Read Canada’s Globe and Mail article on the pyramid of engagement, click here.
Join with David Zinger in this interactive and evidence based keynote to help you and your organization to transform the stumbling blocks of employee engagement into the 10 building blocks of engagement.
We must begin with the end in mind…the end result we seek preceded by what must end to fully embark on the engagement journey. Engagement will produce results while strengthening relationships. Ultimately, work can, and should, make us well.
David offers a powerful fusion of the latest research and thinking on engagement with practical and tactical actions that the audience can begin applying while they are attending the speech. David weaves together fascinating evidence based practices, with a down to earth approach, blended with humor, story, and meaningful interaction.
David will teach people the power of good work built on a foundation of small, simple, strong, significant, strategic and sustainable actions. By the end of the keynote, participants will be equipped to make a constructive difference with: results, performance, progress, relationships, recognition, moments, strengths, meaning, wellbeing, and energy.
The audience will know in their heads, hearts, and hands that full authentic engagement with work is never more than 10 blocks away.
Participants won’t leave with more theory and a bunch of general ideas they will leave the keynote equipped to make a difference not by adding more but by integrating small actions into their daily work, management, or leadership. As one participant stated, “this is the real Zing.”
View a sample of David speaking on employee engagement at a Wales conference on Leadership Engagement:
David Zinger is the leading global independent expert on employee engagement. He is the author of two books on employee engagement: Zengage – How to Get More Into Your Work to Get More Out of Your Work and Assorted Zingers – Poems and Cartoons to Take a Bite Out of Work.
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