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#1 Simon

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Posted 08 May 2015 - 07:13 PM

Training in the Workplace to Engage and Empower Your Employees
 
Presented by:

Margaret Kolk, Manager, Technical Training, NSF International

 

Taking place:
Friday, May 22, 2015 (03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time).  This is a 10 a.m. Eastern Start.

 

Engaged, enthusiastic and empowered employees are the very core of a company’s success in producing safe, quality food products. Employee engagement typically begins with that initial company orientation which is designed to introduce the new hire to company culture and rules. This encounter results in an enthusiastic, excited, and engaged worker ready to put forth best efforts as a new team member…or does it? An empowered employee exhibits clear understanding of workplace expectations and accepts the responsibility for meeting specific company standards of performance. Engaged and empowered employees serve as powerful vehicles to enhance productivity, safety, quality and thus, profitability. Valued employees are content employees; and satisfied, content employees are what drive business success. This one-hour webinar presents solutions for your workplace training which will foster and instill the 4 Es – Enthusiasm, Engagement, Empowerment leading to Effectiveness – in your employees. 

 

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Posted 08 May 2015 - 10:36 PM

This brings me back to the days....

 

I got a phone call at 2am in the morning years ago - there was trouble at the plant - could I come quick. I remember my then wife asking me, why was I rushing off to work at such an unsociable hour. Turned out my MD had discovered the magic of four e's, and was raving his head off to the bacon slicer. Once the dust settled, we had no option but to fire the bacon slicer, and she took us to the cleaners for unfair dismissal. Greatest MD I ever worked for, to be honest. Moral of the story, never empower general operatives. Or do drugs. 


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Posted 09 May 2015 - 09:55 AM

 Moral of the story, never empower general operatives. Or do drugs. 

 

Or make posts this late on a Friday.


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