Dale Carnegie - Free Employee Engagement Seminar

11th December 2014

Most studies tell us the same thing that when employees feel engaged with their manager and their company they give more discretionary effort.

They go the extra mile for the customer, take more care with their work and produce better quality first time around. Only 1 in every 3 UK employees are actively engaged so what can be done to engage more of our people? We would like to invite you to our FREE seminar that explores the key drivers and strategies behind having a motivated, contributing workforce. Dale Carnegie is one of the world's leading organisations in providing practical solutions to get people more engaged. Who should attend? This event is suitable for Directors and Senior Managers who are responsible for making engagement happen in their organisations. No freelance trainers or training organisations please. Thursday 29th January - Mercure Sheffield Parkway (formerly Aston Hotel) - Refreshments from 8.30am. - Seminar from 9.00am - 11.00am To book your place at this free event please contact Kirsty Tagg Email - kirsty.tagg@dalecarnegie.com Tel - 07747443013 Or follow this link to register- http://www.northernengland.dalecarnegie.co.uk/events/employee_engagement_business_seminar/ Looking forward to meeting you there!          

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