Webinar: It's a Long Season, Motivate Employees Through Training
June 19 | 1 p.m. EST
Keeping employees engaged and motivated has many positive effects on any business. Providing quick, meaningful learning opportunities is one way to help improve employee morale, engagement, and productivity. Matt Heller, ICAE, founder of Performance Optimist Consulting and author of “The Myth of Employee Burnout,” will share his insight and best tips to help managers discover ways to keep employees engaged through motivational training.
Managers will learn how they can develop and deliver simple yet powerful learning opportunities to their teams. These solutions will work within any budget, help leaders develop proper content to meet their goals, discuss how to communicate the message in a meaningful way, and provide suggestions for ongoing follow-up to reinforce the lessons learned.
Prior to the presentation, John Hallenbeck will provide a brief update of IAAPA membership benefits. A question and answer session will follow the webinar.
- Matt Heller, ICAE, Founder, Performance Optimist Consulting
- John Hallenbeck, Vice President, North American Operations, IAAPA
This webinar is free for IAAPA members; however, registration is required. Nonmember registration is $30. Slides and a full recording of this program are available for IAAPA members approximately 7-10 business days after the webinar. IAAPA members can access the webinar archive at www.IAAPA.org/education/webinars/english-webinar-archive.
Registrants may earn one credit hour for participating in this webinar. This credit hour can be applied to the requirements needed to complete IAAPA's certification program. More details on IAAPA's certification program can be found at www.IAAPA.org/education/IAAPA-certification.
To earn credit hours, attendees must register individually for the webinar. Attendees not registered, but sharing the computer screen of another registrant, are not eligible to earn credit.
If you have any questions, please contact Rena Quinata at [email protected].