For some reason, there's a belief in many organizations that activities designed to motivate and engage employees have to be costly, but that's just not necessarily the case. You can't buy employee engagement; rather it's something that occurs naturally if the culture of the organization is one that is motivating by its nature.
When times are tough, efforts to motivate employees often fall to the bottom of the HR Department's to-do list. But that's often a big mistake. This audio conference provides you with some low and no cost ways to help motivate and inspire your team.Learning Objectives
Want to make a positive impact on employee morale without breaking the bank? In this class, you'll learn practical and low cost (even free!) ideas for boosting employee engagement that can be implemented in any organization in this informative audio conference.
By attending this 90-minute audio conference, you will learn:
About Your Speaker
- How morale needs to be re-defined during difficult economic times
- Identifying appropriate motivators based on Maslow's hierarchy
- How to incorporate morale management into your managerial culture
- Common mistakes that can backfire when it comes to employee morale
- Coping with "layoff survivor" syndrome in an organization
- Real world "best practice" examples of free and inexpensive ways to boost morale
- Tips for generating employee buy-in for the idea of doing more with less
Mary G. White, M.A., SPHR, is co-founder and managing director of MTI Business Solutions, where she oversees the organization’s corporate training and Human Resources consulting functions.
White specializes in soft skill employee development classes, and has extensive experience facilitating training in the areas related to Human Resources, communication, customer service, management, leadership, and public relations. She teaches a variety of seminars, corporate training courses, PHR-SPHR certification prep courses, and is a frequent speaker at association meetings and conferences.
Her professional background includes extensive experience in training, operations management, Human Resources management, advertising, and public relations.PHR / SPHR Re-Certification
This audio conference is approved for 1.5 hours of HRCI credit.
The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.