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Keeping Employees Energized and Engaged: Strategies for Motivating Your Workforce
Joyce Jamroz, Jamroz & Katz Consulting

Do your employees work with passion and feel a strong connection to their work and department? Or are they just putting in time – but not energy or enthusiasm? According to a 2013 Gallup study, only 29% of workers are “committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions”. (gallup.com:  Worldwide, 13% of Employees are Engaged at Work). As a supervisor, you play a key role in providing a climate where your employees feel motivated, committed, and care about their work.

Through interactive discussions and small group activities, you will learn how to:

  • Create an environment where employees feel motivated and empowered to reach their peak performance
  • Acknowledge ideas / suggestions so that employees feel their contributions are listened to and valued
  • Power up employees with recognition and rewards
  • Enable your employees to be accountable for results and less dependent on you

You will walk away with an action plan for taking and implementing practical, low cost actions that can motivate, engage, and optimize your employee’s performance.

Thursday, March 27, 2014
9-12
Walsh Hall Function Room

University-wide Competencies
People Development and Continuous Learning

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Project Management Lunch ‘n Learn:  Project Stakeholder Management
Denise M. Guérin, JD, MS, PMP

Project stakeholders have the potential to impact a project in many ways, both positive and negative.  The savvy project manager is aware of the need to identify all stakeholders and then to work with them throughout the project to build and maintain stakeholder engagement.

Among the topics to be covered:

  • What is a Stakeholder and Why Should You Care?
  • What is the Goal of a Stakeholder Management Plan?
  • Stakeholder ID and Documentation
  • Multiple Techniques for Stakeholder Analysis
  • Defining and Monitoring Stakeholder Engagement
  • Managing Stakeholder Communications

Project managers from the ITS project management office will be present to answer questions and share experiences, tools and techniques. The session will include one or two related group exercises, and illustrative examples from actual projects will be provided by the presenter and the BC project managers..

Co-sponsor: Information Technology Services, Project Management Office

Thursday, May 8, 2014
11:30-1 (lunch provided)
Walsh Hall Function Room

University-wide Competencies
Productiivity and Continuous Learning

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