Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm

How Smart Leaders Create Engaged Employees

Senior Leader’s Workshop


One of the shocking findings from our research was that happiness with the boss does not mean high levels of engagement in the team. 


Logically, we would expect the two to correlate but they didn’t.  The research showed that if we blithely assume the team is on board, because they are not complaining about their boss, we might be assuming too much. 


We also know that engaged employees are more productive.  The production level is different because of their identification with the goals of the organisation, their accountability and their pro-active attitude to innovation. 


There are lots of good ideas inside the heads of employees, but they never surface because there is no effective mechanism to lure those ideas out.  Ideally, our Middle Managers should be gathering the best ideas from their work teams, so that the organization can win in the marketplace. For a variety of reasons, they rarely bother to do that though, so we can’t rely on them alone. 


The team members have insight, but they don’t feel fired up enough to do anything with that insight. 


What a waste!


That means there is a lot of money being left on the table as a result.


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As leaders we can always do better to maximize the full potential of our total team.  The easiest way to do that is to go to the source and get them to want to do it.  Here is the good news - they will if they are motivated. 


They need to be engaged to be motivated, so we need to go back to the basics of what really drives employee engagement in the first place.  In this workshop we go deep, pulling back the velvet curtain and bringing up the spotlights to reveal the emotional drivers, the key triggers for success.


This is about more than good intentions.

Good intentions on the part of the team is admirable, but you can’t bank “admirable”. 


We need to translate the brainpower and energy of the group into results – tangible results.



“If your team members are not engaged, why would they care about innovating?

If your competitor’s people are engaged and innovating,

and yours aren’t, then how do you keep winning?


CEOs and their HR Directors who attend our workshop on How Smart Leaders Create Engaged Employees will come away with practical ideas, which they can execute the same day

Dale Carnegie Training’s global research, confirmed here in Japan as well, showed there were Three Drivers of Employee Engagement.  We also found there was one emotion in particular, which was the trigger to create confident, inspired, enthusiastic and empowered employees.

In this two hour workshop for senior management, we will introduce the findings of this research and provide action steps to lift the current levels to the point where the team are motivated to innovate and beat the competition.

Join us from 3.00pm-5.00pm

February 26th in Japanese

or on the 27th in English


to crack the code on engaging your team to win

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This workshop is not publically available, you won’t see it advertised anywhere and entry is by invitation only. 

The workshop is 100% sponsored by Dale Carnegie Training Japan, so no fees to pay.


Leaders - invest in yourself

Don’t you deserve it?


Time: Doors open at 2.45pm for networking (don’t forget your business cards – we will also be drawing out some prizes that afternoon). 

Venue: High Performance Center Akasaka in the Mochizuki Room

Investment:  Only your time, all costs sponsored by Dale Carnegie Training


Bookings close February 22, 2015

Places are limited, so don’t leave it 

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