They talk positively about the organization to friends and family. They support their colleagues without it being a required part of their job. They are loyal. They intend to stay, perform well, and inspire others. Learn how to develop your organization and leaders to be more aware and focused to create work environments that motivate people to give their all from this webinar.
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A recent study by the Partnership for Public Service found that employee satisfaction and commitment in the government were at an all time low. The report found that only:
- 46.3% of respondents feel personal empowerment
- 42.6% feel their senior leaders instill motivation and commitment
- 50.7% feel they are involved in decisions that affect their work
There are key factors agencies can focus on to foster work passion in their people.
In this webinar, Drea Zigarmi, PhD, Researcher, and Founding Associate at The Ken Blanchard Companies shows you how Employee Work Passion creates a positive emotional state of mind, which results in desired attitudes and behavior including a willingness to apply discretionary effort, long-term commitment to the agency, peak performance, and job satisfaction. You will learn:
- The distinction between Employee Work Passion and Engagement
- How to generate Employee Work Passion within your agency
- Key factors that influence intent and behavior
- Five intentions passionate employees demonstrate
The Blanchard team has found that employees who have work passion generally have a sense of meaning beyond simply making a salary, feel that they have the autonomy and flexibility to give their all at work, opportunities for growth, collaboration, and feedback and a sense of connectedness to their managers and colleagues.
PS: You don't have to be government worker to get value from this presentation. Everyone will learn skills for developing your organization and leaders to be more aware and focused to create work environments that motivate people to give their all.
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