Do you have a second? The purpose of this session is to encourage and enable you to make the most of moments at work for yourself and others, to both ask for a hand and to lend a hand, and to leverage research and practices that has already been used.
Often at work we could use a hand - either someone lending assistance or someone applauding our efforts. But this assistance may be neglected as we craft strategy, scrutinize analytics, or think about the big picture. Perhaps the key to overcoming this neglect are moments, because all employee experience occurs in moments and each of us may benefit by being offered a “second chance.”
Moments matter. Recognition matters. Engagement matters. We need to infuse the moments that matter with recognition and engagement for the benefit of all. I define engagement as: good work done well with others every day. Embedded within each day are a myriad of moments that are infused with the potential to make a difference at work.
During the webinar, you will learn to identify and leverage momentary behaviors that:
Don’t waste another moment, enroll in the webinar to start your “second chance.”
This presentation was part of the 2019 RPI Virtual Conference sponsored by CA Short Company, Peerless Performance, and Inspirus.
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David Zinger connects the strength of one with the power of many as an engagement educator, speaker, coach, and consultant. He founded and hosts the global 7500-member Employee Engagement Network. David fuses a down-to-earth Canadian prairie upbringing with a global reach. He has worked on engagement in Thailand, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Canada, United States, Poland, Wales, Turkey, Qatar, Germany, UAE, England, India, Spain, Singapore, and South Africa.
David is a prolific author. He wrote 4 books on leadership, work, and engagement. His last book, co-authored with Peter Hart, was People Artists: Drawing Out the Best From Others at Work. David wrote over 3000 blog posts on work, engagement, management, and leadership.
<>David knows work and organizations from the inside out. He worked 15 years as the employee assistance counselor and career development coach at Seagram, Ltd. Today we would call his work: employee engagement counsellor and coach. This plant site was the global maker of Crown Royal and David was instrumental in fostering personal and career engagement for this organization. In addition, David taught Education and Counselling Psychology at the University of Manitoba for 25 years.
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