Start timeFriday 7 June, 13:30
End timeFriday 7 June, 14:30
Are you happy with the open-door policy in your organisation, satisfied with the way meetings are conducted, pleased with the way opinions and ideas are shared? Over all, would you say communications are good within your organisation?
If that is the case, why is there so much attention put on employee disengagement these days? Why are staff surveys indicating people feel excluded from contributing to the decisions that affect them? Why are managers increasingly concerned about de-motivated teachers?
Perhaps internal communications are not as good as you think. Perhaps times have changed. Perhaps the silent majority are being neglected. Perhaps there’s a gap between perception and reality.
Come along to this workshop and engage in the conversation about employee voice. What do people really want to say and why are they not saying it? Let’s share our thoughts and ideas on how to raise voices in the workplace.
About Loraine Kennedy
Loraine Kennedy is a full-time practising coach and management trainer, having qualified as a life and work coach in 2002. She has more than 30 years’ experience in education and ELT worldwide and 20 years in management. Her passion is in helping people to fulfil their full potential and managers to become successful leaders within an ever-changing world. She works extensively with educational associations, schools and universities across the world. She is on the committee of IATEFL’s leadership and management special interest group.