How to Beat Work Stress and Elevate Engagement
So, how do we minimize the impact of work stress and help our employees engage and thrive? Employee wellness programs alone won't solve the problem. A Connection Culture is the missing link in managing workplace stress and promoting employee engagement and health. In this ExecuNet Master Class session, Dr. Todd W. Hall will show you a simple, actionable framework-Vision, Value, and Voice-to help your team connect to the work they love and the people they serve.
You'll learn about the power of resonant emotions, attachment styles, and core motivations, and how they interact with stress. Attendees will also receive a free MCORE assessment to help you identify and leverage your core motivations. When you put these practices into action, you and your team will experience:
- A decreased sense of stress;
- Greater fulfillment from job-motivation alignment; and
- Increased team engagement and performance
Details:Host: Todd Hall
Date: Thursday, May 18, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
Place: Your PC at Home or Work
About the Presenter:Todd W. Hall, PhD, is Chief Scientist for E Pluribus Partners and Professor of Psychology at Biola University. He has 25+ years experience helping individuals and teams thrive. Todd's consulting work focuses on helping leaders build a Connection Culture and leverage their team's core motivations to elevate engagement and performance. He is a regular contributor for the Human Capital Institute and ConnectionCulture.com, and his writing has been featured at Entrepreneur.com, Execunet.com, and the Association for Talent Development.
Todd has been privileged to consult with start-ups, government agencies, non-profits, and for-profits, including the National Institute for Mental Health, Northwestern Medicine, Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital, McDonald's, The New York City Leadership Center and numerous universities. He is a licensed psychologist in California, and holds a PhD in clinical psychology from Biola University and a doctoral specialization in measurement and psychometrics from UCLA.
Prior to teaching and consulting, Todd served on active duty in the Army as a clinical psychologist. He and his wife, Liz, of 25 years have two teen-aged sons and enjoy traveling and hanging out together at Disneyland (his favorite ride is the Cars ride at California Adventure).