Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Coaching Managers To Improve Their Skills
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Hi All,
Please advise on some good employee engagement activities which can help the employees improve and sharpen their skills. Like group discussions and case studies. Kindly help me with some interesting ones that we can plan for our employees. I work in an IT company. Strength of employees is around 100.

From India, Dehra Dun
To answer accurately, please tell us the condition of your employees. Are they emotionally driven to throw everything they have at their work and do they love to come to work? How would you describe how managers treat their employees at present?
Best regards, Ben
Leadership Skills for Managers and Executives.

From United States, Tampa
The managers treat them fairly well... but there is still bit of negativity as in the past some employees were asked to leave.
I just wish to do different activities so that something or the other goes on and the employees stay energetic, in turn this also helps them in sharpening their skills.

From India, Dehra Dun
Does not sound like you need any more than treating employees with great respect as if they are valued employees. That is except for the asking employees to leave. I am sure that there were reasons for that and those reasons need to be shared with the workforce in order to clear the air. After all, the workplace is just as much the workplace of the workforce as it is of the management.

Beyond that, management from the top down needs to follow the guidance given in this video

How to Create Engaged Employees (Leadership Skills Training Series)

and in this article on good and bad leadership

Good vs Bad Leadership (Leadership Skills Training Series Article)

Those present the basics which if followed will lead your organization to nirvana. There are a lot of details which your leaders can either learn from experience or from my coaching.

I wish you good fortune, Ben

Leadership Skills for Managers and Executives.

From United States, Tampa
Dear Neha,
You appear to have certain misgiving on the concept of Employee Engagement. From where you borrowed the concept that Employee engagement activities sharpen skills of the employees. Yes, employee training is one part of employee engagement but there are several other activities as well. Above all you would like to include case studies and group discussion as well. Both are the means of employee training and not engagement per se.
What is your budgetary allocation per employee? Engagement activities depend on that.
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
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