Employee Engagement  Through Motivational Leadership                               JJ White
What makes you feel proud about your organization?
Challenges?What challenges?
The Business Case for EngagementLess than 50% of Directors  and Vice Presidents are         Engaged
The Business Case for EngagementTwice as many people plan  on leaving their jobs in 2010 compared to 2008
The Business Case for Engagement 39% of workers worldwidesay they will likely leave their jobs in the next 12 months
The Business Case for Engagement It typically costs between1x and 2x a persons salary  to replace an employee
Engagement Is...Where Maximum SatisfactionMeets Maximum Contribution
How do you know?What do you measure?  What you see?
"To deliver, I have to have the rightpeople. They have to be engaged, happy  and talented. They have to be good,mentored a...
Is Your Leadership Team        Aligned?
In a recent DTI Survey, 1500 managers were asked what they  would most like to see in their  leaders. The most widely held...
The same group were asked if theywould describe their current leader         as inspirational,   only 11% said YES     89%...
InspirationWhat is it?
Next Steps
Take Action!   Training | va.dalecarnegie.comAdvisory | carnegiebusinessgroup.com    Facebook | carnegieconnect         Li...
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Employee Engagement Through Motivational Leadership

  1. 1. Employee Engagement Through Motivational Leadership JJ White
  2. 2. What makes you feel proud about your organization?
  3. 3. Challenges?What challenges?
  4. 4. The Business Case for EngagementLess than 50% of Directors and Vice Presidents are Engaged
  5. 5. The Business Case for EngagementTwice as many people plan on leaving their jobs in 2010 compared to 2008
  6. 6. The Business Case for Engagement 39% of workers worldwidesay they will likely leave their jobs in the next 12 months
  7. 7. The Business Case for Engagement It typically costs between1x and 2x a persons salary to replace an employee
  8. 8. Engagement Is...Where Maximum SatisfactionMeets Maximum Contribution
  9. 9. How do you know?What do you measure? What you see?
  10. 10. "To deliver, I have to have the rightpeople. They have to be engaged, happy and talented. They have to be good,mentored and all of those things. Noneof that is in my job description. Theresno time allotted for me to spend timeon these things...if I dont do them, the quality of my people and their engagement will suffer."Christian Bauman, CCO, H4B Chelsea
  11. 11. Is Your Leadership Team Aligned?
  12. 12. In a recent DTI Survey, 1500 managers were asked what they would most like to see in their leaders. The most widely heldanswer, mentioned by 55% of them was... ...INSPIRATION
  13. 13. The same group were asked if theywould describe their current leader as inspirational, only 11% said YES 89% said NO
  14. 14. InspirationWhat is it?
  15. 15. Next Steps
  16. 16. Take Action! Training | va.dalecarnegie.comAdvisory | carnegiebusinessgroup.com Facebook | carnegieconnect LinkedIn | jjwhite1 Email | jj.white@dalecarnegie.com Old School | 804.270.0020
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