Increased employee engagement has been associated with many benefits such as increased productivity, higher profitability, greater customer loyalty, higher quality, decreased absenteeism, and lower employee turnover. However, only 15% of
Increased employee engagement has been associated with many benefits such as increased productivity, higher profitability, greater customer loyalty, higher quality, decreased absenteeism, and lower employee turnover. However, only 15% of employees worldwide state that they are engaged with their work.
Dr. Steve Martin shares the top root causes for poor engagement, drawing from both his experience in the field along with current research. Several practical techniques used by leaders to address each root cause are provided.
* Understand how sustained engagement goes beyond better processes and tools
* Discuss 5 root causes for lack of engagement
* Gain insights and ideas for how to address each root cause for disengagement
Participants will get access to the research-based white paper “Increasing Agility in Agile Environments.”
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Dr. Steve Martin has more than 25 years of experience, with the last decade explicitly focused on helping organizations make the transition to Scrum and Agile ways of working.
He is a sought-after trainer and is known for his highly interactive courses, thought-provoking workshops, and conference presentations. His pragmatic approach, calm demeanor, and sense of humor invite his students to explore the framework and consider what pieces resonate with their work. By sparking critical thinking and self-reflection in class, each student leaves encouraged and energized to begin their Agile journey.
Steve spent his early days as a Disney cast member, where he adopted his “service to others” ethos. He has worked with large enterprises, including the Fortune 500 #1, to better enable teams to define and continuously deliver incredible products leveraging Agile and Lean principles.
Steve currently lives in Austin, and in his free time (!), enjoys distance running and exploring local bakeries.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm(GMT-04:00) View in my time