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How to Influence People: The Value of Employee Engagement

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Engagement is a powerful tool to drive accomplishment of individual and company objectives. Success requires a genuine interest in achieving the goals of the company as well as making connections between those goals and the personal motivations of your team. Employee engagement is lauded by many as the single most fulfilling aspect of their jobs.

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How to Influence People: The Value of Employee Engagement

  1. 1. “To educate, connect and empower the people who build orthopaedic products.” OMTEC MISSION
  2. 2. Course Goal: To inspire each of you to identify, evaluate and create and/or revise the personal “rules of engagement” you use…and take home the knowledge and understanding to support your engagement journey to success. What is engagement?  Engagement is the personal interaction you use to communicate with your stakeholders.  Engagement is the primary driver in a person that creates commitment.  Engagement can result in personal or business relationships. How to Influence People: The Value of Employee Engagement
  3. 3. What occurs with a lack of engagement (“-”) vs. an increase of engagement (“+”)?  An engaged person will deliver more results  When a person believes in their work, you unleash their talent  When a person knows the SOP and mission, it gives clarity to their role and its intent  When a person finds purpose in their work, their focus improves  Sharing the mission leads to organizational alignment and shows how roles fit together  Engagement creates an open, warm & friendly culture Why Engagement?
  4. 4. 1) Know Your Stakeholders a. Who are they? i. Owners/Board ii. Customers iii. Suppliers iv. Employees v. Governing Bodies vi. Employees vii. Competition viii. Your boss ix. Your peers x. Others b. What do they need from you? c. What do you need from them? “Rules of Engagement”
  5. 5. 2. Full Ownership a. Assume full ownership of your role b. All responsibility for success and failure rests with you c. Remove your ego instead of blaming others “Rules of Engagement”
  6. 6. 3. Know and Understand the Why! a. Shared Vision b. Know how your organization measures success c. Know your division’s purpose and objectives d. Know your team’s purpose and objectives e. Learn, know and understand your personal goals f. Deeper than “Why” “Rules of Engagement”
  7. 7. 4. Learn what you can do better a. Take the time b. Surveys & Assessments c. Interviews d. Humility e. Draft a personal development plan… f. Now learn what the team can do better “Rules of Engagement”
  8. 8. 5. Create a Culture of Engagement a. Standardize the language b. Sharing the vision c. Visual Metrics d. 100 Best “Rules of Engagement”
  9. 9. Do you remember the benefits?  A engaged person will deliver increased productivity  When a person believes in their work, you unleash their talent  When a person knows the SOP and mission, it gives clarity to their role and its intent  When a person finds purpose in their work, their focus improves  Sharing the mission leads to organizational alignment and shows how roles fit together  Engagement creates an open, warm & friendly culture Begin Your Engagement Thank You!
  10. 10. Develop your own set of tools for your playbook… Below is a list of some of the engagement tools I have used over the years…  Team shared values exercise  Keep it simple (simplicity allows easy revision)  Zoom in & out (weeds…big picture)  Use teamwork to maximize resources for top priority project  1 on 1s; Team Stand Ups; All-Hands (Communications)  Time management (Where your time goes: priorities)  Performance management (clear goals)  Engagement begins with On-boarding  Book reviews; guest speakers; learn about your team members  Manage interruptions; escalation policy Your Engagement Playbook! Thank You!

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