RESILIENCE TO STRESS ENABLES ENGAGEMENT
How does resilience training improve employee engagement?
One of the most important issues facing major organisations is how to engage and motivate employees.
In our experience, if employees are not engaged or motivated, it’s because your business faces a combination of two challenges...
1. Prevailing leadership culture
An issue with an organisation’s prevailing leadership style or company culture can be a complex issue to address.
However, the basic principles of our resilience training facilitate changes in mindsets and behaviours that, if modelled by leaders, can enhance engagement across the organisation.
2. Perceived lack of control
Employees can become discouraged when they are impacted by external events which they perceive to be beyond their control.
These events could be regulatory constraints or fines such as those experienced by the banking and energy sectors, broader economic conditions or new market disruptors.
These factors can be difficult for any one organisation to control but what can be controlled is how we respond to them.
If you are trying to learn how to engage employees, we recommend that you equip your staff with the appropriate mindsets and skills to respond effectively to these challenges.
How we support your employee engagement initiatives
We recognise that many organisations may already have ongoing employee engagement initiatives. Wiser Working brings a new dimension to these programmes through incorporating employee resilience training.
Our experts will support your HR and L&D managers by helping them to implement approaches which will help employees to become stronger, more resourceful, and better equipped for workplace stress management.
We will work with you to implement employee engagement training programmes which improve motivation by covering the following modules:
How to be an agent of change and not a victim of change;
Handling career setbacks or job uncertainty;
Engaging with the challenges of digital disruption and 21st Century working;
Dealing with busy workloads;
Building personal resilience to stress.