Employee engagement has been defined and redefined over the past few decades. Yet, the focus is often on things that inform work processes and relationships. However, strong neuroscience evidence supports the idea that our decisions and behavior are based on how we feel rather than how we think--and there is no stronger motivator than the feeling of pride one has in their work and the company for whom they work.
In a recent groundbreaking study, Dr. Rick Garlick and Dr. Bob Nelson showed strong linkage between feelings of pride and important HR outcomes such as job satisfaction, retention, advocacy, and discretionary effort.
In this learning event, you will discover:
— How pride in one's work is a strong predictor of job satisfaction, attendance, and discretionary effort.
— How pride in one's company is a strong predictor of retention and advocacy.
— How facilitating pride through effective recognition strategies is the key to driving important employee outcomes.
Join us: January 25th, 2022