Leadership Summit

Leading an engaged team

Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
1:00pm - 5:00pm

Edina Country Club
5100 Wooddale Ave
Edina, MN 55424-1334

4 CPE credits available

Fees and registration

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What makes one company more successful than another? Research has shown, time and again, that employees who are engaged significantly outperform work groups that are not engaged. In the fight for competitive advantage where employees are the differentiator, engaged employees are the ultimate goal. In this interactive session, participants will focus on how they show up as a leader so that they can have better interactions with their teams.

Only 29% of employees are fully engaged while 26% are disengaged. - Dale Carnegie and MSW Research

Leaders will practice and walk away with practical engagement tools they can apply in their organizations through the following objectives:
  • Understand key drivers of employee engagement and avoid common pitfalls in driving employee engagement.
  • Apply keys to successful one-on-ones.
  • Reenergize meetings to make them more effective and engaging.
  • Identify existing dynamics that undermine motivation and apply a process for giving meaningful recognition.

Stay after for a complimentary happy hour and network with fellow attendees.

Schedule

1 - 5 p.m. Leadership Summit
5 - 6 p.m. Happy hour
4 CPE (non-technical)

About the speaker

Maureen Tubbs
Dale Carnegie Norman & Associates, LLC

Maureen Tubbs is Client Strategy Director and Senior Trainer with Dale Carnegie. In her role Maureen leads a team to deliver breathtaking quality programs and high return partnerships for clients.
 
Maureen joined Dale Carnegie with more than 20 years of leadership experience in publishing, sales, and audience development. Maureen coaches and performs improvisation and, as Dale Carnegie says, sees the value in “cooperating with the inevitable.”

For more information

Alicia Pack
952-885-5500
apack@mncpa.org

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