Government employees are expecting more from their work, their leaders, and their agencies. Increasingly, employees want their workplace to provide them with a sense of meaning and identity. They want to be recognized as individuals. They expect work to engage their abilities and develop their potential.
In this Executive Briefing, you’ll learn the eight factors responsible for driving Work Passion and the impact of leadership in government. You’ll also learn how to keep—or develop—employees who are more passionate and productive at work by
•Exploring the main reasons why change initiatives fail
•Connecting each individual's work to the overarching goals of the organization
•Improving employees' relationships with their managers
•Engaging each other through whole-hearted listening
Contact Name: Christine Simmons
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