What a Manager Should Do When They Find Out Their Employees Are Unhappy
1 hour 30 minutes
Gain a better understanding on how managers should recognize and adjust to ensure employees are happy within the company.
As tens of thousands of boomers and matures retire from the American workforce every day, a majority of positions are being filled by millennial workers (employees born between 1980-1996) and generation z employees. These less tenured employees possess an entirely different set of expectations from work compared to prior generations and their idea of the employee-employer relationship is fundamentally different than previous generations of workers. They expect their work to have meaning, employers to share their values and be active in the communities they serve, solicit their employee’s input how to improve the organization and act upon the ideas their employees provide. There is an entirely new dynamic that exists between organizations and their most engaged employee brand ambassadors in today’s 21st Century American workplace. Thus a majority of today’s employees are unhappy in their roles, unsatisfied with the culture of the organization and require managers to engage in ways that prior generations of workers did not.
• You will be able to identify unhappy employees.
• You will be able to describe how to conduct honest and meaningful conversations that motivate/re-engage employees.
• You will be able to recognize employee needs and how to meet them.
• You will be able to discuss how to build a powerful organizational culture that attracts future leaders and rising stars.