Engagement

Statistics show that in just a few years (by 2025), millennials will take up 75% of the workforce and we all know that this generation has significantly different motivators than other generations.

According to a Gallup study, millennials are the least engaged generation at work. Only 29% of millennials declare themselves as engaged compared to 45% of traditionalists. 55% of millennials are not engaged at work at all.

These numbers should raise some concerns about the culture we foster in our workplaces and how we prepare for a workplace with a majority of millennials.

At the same time, 50% of Gen X-ers appear as disengaged at work. For all of them, it is important to feel connected to their work and workplace, they want to contribute, not just to “get by”. They want a job that aligns with their values and fuels their sense of purpose.

Wouldn’t it be amazing for you to have self motivated, proactive and engaged employees without you having to sweat over this everyday? How would it be for you to have managers and teams that know themselves, understand each over and thus contribute to a culture of trust, engagement and results?

Our programs help companies build a culture of engagement, self-development and motivation.

Once we start working together, during the discovery phase, we will identify and customize the program to best cover the needs and gaps of your organization.

The parts or our programs that most contribute to enhancing the engagement of your employees are:

  • Personal & Team Values Alignment
  • The Communication Model with the External World
  • The Universal Model of Change

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