January19, 2021

Join us for Virtual Beyond Engagement Training!

Live Online Open Workshop
Virtual Delivery through Zoom and MURAL Collaboration Platform

Energized Employees Get Better Results!

Despite being engaged, employees can’t do their best work. They’re overworked and exhausted. They barely have enough energy left for their personal lives. Meanwhile, managers are responsible for improving employee engagement, but many lack the tools and know-how. They are often stuck in a reactive mode unable to engage in the strategic portion of their role.

Join us for a Beyond Engagement VIRTUAL Open Workshop that will change the way you approach employee engagement. The key lies Beyond Engagement: in energy.

Who should attend:

People Leaders, Small Business Owners and HR Leaders who are looking to create the conditions for an energized workplace that enables accountability, innovation, productivity and high engagement.

Attendees will receive:

  • Online Tools: Access to specialized online resources to support the process

Dates:

Two Part Worskshop spaced two days apart:

Session 1: January 19, 2021

Session 2: January 21, 2021

Agenda:

Tuesday January 19th
8:45AM EST - 9:00AM EST: Login & Orientation
9:00AM EST - 12:00PM EST: Beyond Engagement Training – Session 1

Thursday January 21st
8:45AM EST - 9:00AM EST: Login & Orientation
9:00AM EST - 12:00PM EST: Beyond Engagement Training – Session 2

Breaks will be taken through the session based on the group’s needs

About the Speaker

David Donaldson

With a passion for creating positive change in the workplace, David brings dynamism and a wealth of expertise. Learn more about David!

Want to learn more? Check out this video!

More About Transforming Employee Engagement

Juice custom designs solutions to engage your employees, and offers other services to enhance your current offerings.

Related Resources

An Introduction to the Beyond Engagement Philosophy

10 Critical Facts You Should Know About Employee Engagement

White Paper: The Engagement Paradox

White Paper: The Five Drivers of Engagement