The Manager's Role in Work Satisfaction and Engagementcontinuingstudies.wisc.edu/0837-C-LAAS See upcoming dates
This class is two separate days, offered in a participatory live-online format with brief prework.
This class is open to anyone interested in the topic. It is also a required part of the Mid-Level Management Certificate. For more information on the MLMC, click here: https://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/certificates/mid-level-management/
There are many myths about what managers can and should do to support employee work performance, satisfaction, and engagement. Learn what decades of real-world management experience reveals about best practices and tools for day-to-day manager activities, plus gain insights from recent research focusing on today's diverse and fast-moving environments.
- Create a framework for better understanding the complex nature of work performance and dispel some of the myths about what works to impact performance.
- Identify multiple strategies managers can take to increase work motivation, engagement, and performance.
- Explore tools for identifying different strategies for different individuals to build motivation.
- Increase our self-awareness of our outward behaviors and our inward thoughts so that we can identify how we may be demotivating others and creating performance barriers.
- Improve our ability to mediate team member conflict in order to preserve and strengthen team relationships as an approach to work motivation.
- Understand the importance of trust-building and explore multiple methods for building interpersonal trust.
Overview: Extra Information
Continuing Studies is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.
Earn Continuing Education Hours
By participating in this class you will earn:
|University of Wisconsin Continuing Education Units||1.2|
The Manager's Role in Work Satisfaction and Engagement
$545; gov't/nonprofit $425
Wednesdays, Nov. 3 & 17, 9 a.m.–3:45 p.m. (no class November 10)
Register through: November 02, 2021
All times shown in central time.