|Date:||29 Sep 2020|
Laws of Engagement – Improving your Engagement Coefficient (Ɛ)
Following on from his previous Laws of Engagement webinar where he introduced us to his engagement model and demonstrated how to calculate your specific Engagement Coefficient (Ɛ) (information on the previous event, including a recording, is available here), Martin Johnson will perform a deep dive on two of the techniques within his model designed to practically improve your Engagement Coefficient (Ɛ).
“Cherish Good Information” – Not a word we use so much in the work context- to protect and care, to hold something dear and to keep a hope or ambition in one's mind. What about we protect and care about our key information so that we can re-use it whenever the opportunity arises? You will be part of us demonstrating how you can do that in your work so you're more effective in the theatre of change.
“Help Them Help Themselves” – Whether it be a conversation or a business model it’s about an exchange of value for the parties involved. Whether it be goodwill, knowledge or money. Here we will focus on the ability to impart the knowledge and skills for our colleagues to help themselves in the business when we’re not there. We'll demonstrate this shift in responsibility between your colleagues so you can try it too!
These are both Practices for creating the 'Lasting Outcomes' you aim to create in the work you do.
In order to make this session even more relevant to you, you can submit your own anonymised communication story to be used as a case study for parts of the session. You can do so at https://yourbigpic.com/engagement-stories/
Please note - once registered, you will receive a confirmation email, however your link to join the webinar will be sent to you on the morning of the event.
Martin Johnson is passionate about colleagues being a voice in the organisation. So much so that he has developed a product to do just that, @YourBigPic, to help employees join their dots at work. Martin specialises in providing a simple and reasonable framework that pretty much anyone in your organisation can get involved with.
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