Engagement and Retention

This workshop is based on Beverly Kaye’s best selling book, “Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em®”. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to engagement and retention because people have different values, diverse worldviews, and aspirations, which often make blanket engagement initiatives ineffective. Instead, the relationship between a manager and employee is critical.

In Chinese history, there is a famous story about a Chinese general, Liu Bei, who was neither highly intelligent nor skilled, but he won the hearts of his men through his benevolent care for them. Eventually his army won the war. Will your team win in the marketplace?

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Using self-assessment tools, action learning and skill building exercises, managers learn key strategies to engage employees and build sustainable loyalty and commitment. This workshop is based on Beverly Kaye’s best selling book, “Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em®”.

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Satisfaction Power® is a fast-paced revolutionary half-day learning experience, designed to empower employees to take responsibility for increasing their own satisfaction at work. Built upon the 26 strategies from the book “Love It, Don’t Leave It”, this experience helps workers (at any level) define and leverage the parameters of their own development, relationships and environment in order to achieve satisfaction. In the process, they will build their own plan for reaching the ultimate goal – increased engagement and discretionary effort.

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  • Tim Pierce, CEO

    morrison Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em is a part of our “Unleash Talent” cultural belief. Every manager goes through the program and our engagement scores continue to average at least 6 points higher than our market peer group. Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em has helped us to sustain this high record even during the economic downturn when money and raises were tight.
  • Ken May, Former CEO and President

    fedex The Manager-Employee relationship is the difference between retention and turnover. Good leaders know how to hold on to their team members by striking a balance between leadership and management. Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em helped us create the foundation for doing just that.

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