Get More Value Out Of Your Employee Costs
The secret of how to understand what energises your employees
Since the pandemic hit, it’s never been more important to have employees who are fully engaged in your business.
As the owner or manager of a business, you’ve probably found yourself wondering just how engaged YOUR employees really are. And you’ve good reason to be concerned – most businesses are losing an average of £10K per employee every year through lack of engagement.
This could be happening in your business now.
The cause? Employees not being energised by their job. So it’s CRUCIAL that you fully understand what energises people – what gets them out of bed in a morning. Because when you know this, you can give every employee a role where doing what energises them allows them to perform at their best.
This live event will show you the secret of how to understand what energises your employees, so you can ensure that they are so engaged in their role that they give you their best every single day.
What will this webinar cover?
- How you are losing at least 10% of the productive time you pay your employees for
- Why understanding what energises employees can allow you to maximise your return on salary costs
- How you can use a simple model to identify what energises each employee
- How you can easily identify how individual employees can make their best contribution to your business
- What you can do to increase your employees’ engagement and performance
- How you can release productivity and performance quickly
Who is it for?
Marches (Shropshire, Herefordshire and Telford & Wrekin) business owners and managers, Entrepreneurs, SME’s both Business2Business, Business2Customer, not for profits and charities.
About the facilitator
John is the CEO of Franklin-Hackett, a business focussed on make it simple for business owners to get to the bottom of what makes their employees’ hearts sing, so that they can build teams that deliver the best impact for their business.
He has 20 years’ experience of developing and engaging teams, helping to unlock performance and engagement in businesses across the private sector, in sectors such as commercial finance, recruitment and healthcare. He also works extensively with the public sector, including local authorities, blue light services and government.
John is also the co-owner of Frankly Alpacas, an alpaca farm in Shropshire providing wellbeing experiences for individuals and teams.REGISTER