Reduce a Toxic Culture and Improve Employee Engagement
Humanizing the workplace starts by humanizing conversations. A recent survey by State of Business Communications reported that an average of 1.2 Trillion dollars is lost each year due to poor employee communication.
Communication between all levels impacts culture, employee mental health, connectedness, morale, engagement, and overall employee satisfaction.
Strengthening the understanding of our employees and communication at all levels of the organization improves all layers within it.
In this session, you can expect to learn more about various learning behaviors and styles of communication to help reduce toxic cultures and improve employee engagement. You will also get simple ideas, tools, and conversation ideas to take back and implement with your teams.
Jen Zahari is the owner of Strong Foundations Coaching and Consulting, LLC. She is also the author of Created – No Way Out, a fiction book to bring more focus and attention to what people with anxiety, depression, and suicidal ideations may be going through. She is a mental/emotional health advocate supporting businesses, employees, and individuals to live their best life mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Jen is bridging the communication gap with company leaders about the human side of employees, how life is brought into work each day, and how to navigate this in a new way through her employee coaching programs and workshops.
A natural observer of people and behaviors, she has been engrossed in learning and understanding how people work, why they do the things they do, and how to engage them. Jen has a knack for understanding someone to the human level and providing a way of communicating that allows them to feel heard, seen, and understood.
She brings over 25 years of leadership, training, coaching, and mentoring to the individuals and businesses she works with.
With her passion for people, she believes that everyone can make an impact for themselves, their companies, relationships, and communities under the right circumstances.
This session is pending for SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and HRCI re-certification credits.
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