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Think Big, Win Small: How to Reignite Employee Engagement When You've Lost Your Spark

  • 18 Oct 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Midlands Technical College NE Auditorium 151 Powell Road Columbia, SC 29203
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  October Chapter Learning Event

October 18, 2019 

Think Big,Win Small

How to Reignite Employee Engagement 

When You've Lost Your Spark



Let's tap into your curiosity, IQ & EQ, problem-solving and

teamwork to reignite the spark!

You know that employee engagement and morale are important ingredients for reaching goals, keeping your best team members and attracting top talent. But what if the engagement and satisfaction numbers are low? What if you're responsible for leading a team and you're just not feeling it? 

By finding the symptoms and following them to the root cause, you can figure out the source of the blahs. Then you and your team can develop a plan to rebuild engagement from the top-down and how to maintain it if it goes off-track in the future.

During this session, we will: 
  • Identify and understand the symptoms of low employee and leadership engagement so you can choose the best course of action
  • Demonstrate why setting the stage to do diagnostic work in an open and collaborative manner should be 80% of the process
  • Use strategies to reset big vision and determine which smaller goals can reignite engagement at the leadership level and throughout the organization
  • Make progress, celebrate wins and establish how to get engagement back on track if needed in the future.

About the Speaker

Jocelyn Ring is the founder of The Ring Effect, a brand strategy consulting and leadership development company. Since 2004, she's worked with clients from entrepreneurs to multibillion dollar global organizations in manufacturing, technology, healthcare, consumer products and non-profit industries. She has extensive training in coaching and facilitating and has an MBA in Marketing and Management. In addition to consulting she enjoys hosting workshops, speaking and mentoring. Jocelyn is a member of ATD South Carolina Midlands and the Lowcountry Geographical Interest Group (GIG).



October 18, 2019

Midlands Technical College NE Campus (Auditorium)

151 Powell Road Columbia, SC

8:00 am - 10:00 a.m.       

Hot coffee and breakfast will be served starting at 8:00 a.m.


For additional information, contact Jada M. Addison, VP of Programs at vpprograms@atdmidlands.org

      We look forward to seeing you!

Thank You to Midlands Technical College for Sponsoring ATD Midlands Chapter Learning Events.



Mailing Address:
ATD South Carolina, P.O. Box 512, Columbia, SC 29202 


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