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1 Lori VanNess, CPM, SPHR, MSHRA VanNess Consulting George Carlin said “Most people work just hard enough not to get fired and get paid just enough money not to quit.”

2  7 out of 10 employees are disengaged and they aren’t interested in their jobs –  Only 14% are in their “dream career” and 55% are interested in changing jobs according to Money, September 2014  65% of full-time workers who don’t earn their desired salary  Threats, Lack of Trust and Lack of Caring top the charts

3  Transition of Leadership/Management  Workload too high  Lack of investment in Development/Mobility  Non-inclusive Culture  Old-fashioned Working Conditions  Micro-management  Fear Environment

4  Is the feeling of challenge change to feeling of routine?  Did you think something was missing?  Did you start to look around?  Did you know that the most valued employees most likely suffer from job discontent? ◦ Challenging work ◦ Personal growth ◦ Contributor

5 Willingness of an employee to happily involve themselves in their job and the work of the organization Employee engagement is a combination of ─ job satisfaction ─ organizational commitment ─ willingness to go beyond the formal requirements of the job ─ personal identification with the organization

6 Engaged employees Improve job and work design Frustration Achievement Cultivate the psychological contract Accept and deal with outside events Work with employee attitude

7  Energize a job means structure: ◦ Growth ◦ Challenge ◦ Renewal without leaving job/organization ◦ Process Improvement ◦ Assign different tasks ◦ Personal/Group goals ◦ Feedback on contribution ◦ Communicate, communicate, communicate

8  Energized and engaged leaders are essential  Self evaluation  Leaders must monitor, develop, enhance and ignite their own engagement and energy  Leaders should be the pilot light ◦ Dr. Theresa Welbourne wrote the following: There is a lot of focus today on employee engagement, but what about leader energy and engagement? Everywhere you look there are signs that leaders are not doing very well.

9  Assume others are smart and working hard  Listen intently and ask thoughtful questions  Acknowledge the sacrifices others have made on your behalf  Express gratitude for their effort and their results  Remind them why their work is so important and the difference they are making

10  Evaluate yourself Daily – Physical/Nutrition ◦ Begin by evaluating you diet  Do you skip meals?  Do you take time to enjoy your food?  Do you shovel it in and forget what you ate?  Are you eating balanced meals?  Do you focus on keeping your body hydrated? "The wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings. Let food be your medicine." - Hippocrates

11  Exercise ◦ Increases your health ◦ More energy ◦ Happier  Power Naps minutes – even if you don’t sleep, you gain energy (do this on your break or lunch)  20 minute walk can wake up your mind  Get enough sleep 7-8 hours "If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health." -- HippocratesHippocrates

12  Listen to pump-up music  Switch between tasks  Reward yourself for your achievements  Avoid multi-tasking  Try 10 more minutes  Schedule when possible  Take a vacation  Take breaks every minutes  Get social

13  Manage your emotions  Remain calm under pressure  90% of Top Performers Manage their emotions  Alertness improves performance  Appreciation  Eliminate the “What if”  Stay Positive  DISCONNECT  Sleep  Eliminate negative self-talk

14  Engaged employees  Alignment between ◦ Strategy ◦ Structures ◦ Processes ◦ Rewards ◦ People  Meaningful work  Empower  Accountability is a 2-way street  Year-round focus

15  Discuss the benefits of success  Keep the team interested  Set realistic goals  Design reward/recognition  Get the team working together  Know your team – each member  Recognize the efforts  Be friendly – but not too friendly  Create social events outside of work

16  Create a comfortable environment  Be specific  Keep things fresh and exciting  Stay positive  BE A GOOD ROLE MODEL  Emotional Intelligence ◦ Self Awareness ◦ Self Regulation ◦ Motivation ◦ Empathy ◦ Social Skills

17  You can and do make a difference  Adopt a continual learning mindset  Review Articles, books, and discussions ◦ Reflect on self-improvement  Review, Refocus, Renew  Practice, Practice, Practice  Love what you do and have fun!  Live, Love, Learn, Laugh and Leave a Legacy (S Covey modified by LV)

18  First – Ask employees what would benefit them most?  Wellness incentives  Seminars on Finances  Retirement Planning  Lunch and Learns  Parenting – Information Available  Relationship Seminars  USE your RESOURCES – Human Resources/Talent Management Team

19  You can’t “retain” people, you can only “attract” them.  You can’t “engage” them, but you can “inspire and support” them.  You can’t only “train” them, you can “enable them to learn” and “give them the opportunities to develop.”  Become an Inspirational Leader!

20  Being a team leader is simply: Giving total commitment to the team. Seeking commitment from each member. Holding each member accountable to that commitment. Unknown Being a team leader is simply: Giving total commitment to the team. Seeking commitment from each member. Holding each member accountable to that commitment.

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22 You can change roles weekly – and if schedule changes don’t fret, it is your schedule! And you can always arrow forward  Roles in your life ◦ Daily – You schedule and time and what you will do in each category for yourself  Intellectual (Read 10 pages)  Emotional (movie/bubble bath)  Spiritual – meditate/read  Physical – Exercise/walk/breathe deeply 7 other roles – Ie: Boss – choose one name What you are going to do and when and how long – then schedule it in your calendar – this is a big rock Use your calendar and schedule the most import things in first, break large projects into smaller pieces and schedule. Use your time wisely – if you are a morning person do those larger tasks first, if not, do them later. If something comes up, keep track of your to-do list and try to schedule tasks together – , phone calls, planning time.

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