Creating a “Bright-Eyed” Culture
and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them
to long for the endless immensity of the sea.”
— Antoine de Saint-Exupery
You have seen them many times — the “Bright-Eyed,” the “Glazed-Eyed,” and the “Beady-Eyed” employees. Which of these three styles dominate your corporate culture? What impact does this have on productivity, customer service, morale, and even profitability? The most recent Gallup survey of American workers found that 30% are engaged, 52% are not engaged, and 18% are actively disengaged — costing US businesses >$450 billion! We cannot be complacent about this — leaders must act with clear intention to positively engage managers and staff alike.
Enlightened leaders pay careful attention to shaping their corporate culture and engaging employees to create and sustain the “Bright-Eyed” experience. It’s good for the employees, good for the business, and good for the bottom line.
This Employee Engagement keynote (or more in-depth workshop) actively engages participants in exploration the following “6 Strategies to Create and Sustain a Bright Eyed Culture:”
- Hiring winners
- Engaging their spirit
- Coaching for success
- Focusing on deliverables
- Clearing their path
- Committing to renewal
We cannot afford to have disengaged or actively disengaged people influencing our organizational culture. Leaders must act to create a culture that fosters employee engagement — a win for the company and a win for the employees. If you are ready to move your organization to a higher level, contact Dr. Eric Allenbaugh to explore how this keynote can be a catalyst for creating a brighter future.
The question should be: ‘What if we don’t train people and they stay?”
— Brian Tracy