Talent Retention & Engagement
If your organization does not have a culture that engages and retains top-tier talent, it won’t survive today’s changing, innovative economy. While many organizations strive to achieve employee engagement, only 15% of employees worldwide indicate they are engaged with their jobs. Engaged employees are more loyal, more productive, and more creative members of your organization. The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED) can help you design a talent development ecosystem that will engage your employees, fuel your talent pipeline, and grow your business success.
More than ever before, organizations need to intentionally create a culture of engaged employees. Engagement is built on the trust between an organization and the people working each day to help that organization meet its goals. Without engaged employees, your organization will be crippled by high turnover rates and low productivity.
For your employees, succession plans boost their self-esteem while providing a career path for the future. Moreover, your managers and leadership team view succession plans as proactive measures that help with talent development and ensure organizational stability during times of significant change and uncertainty.
Creating a Culture of Respect & Inclusion
Employees desire to work in a respectful and inclusive environment. Many organizations claim to value and support such an environment; yet most of these same organizations fail to reach their diversity goals. Leaders who genuinely want to create a diverse workforce need to model inclusive behavior and sponsor inclusivity with intention.
Teams grow and develop through clear team goals, shared effort, skill and knowledge building, clear behavioral norms, and feedback.
In order to engage a team, each individual’s goals must align to the team’s goals, and the team’s goals must align to organizational goals.
Effective team managers need to focus on proper team alignment, unified processes, stable relationships, and impactful cultural traits.
As managers transition from individual contributors, they need the skills to provide relevant feedback and keep employees engaged.
Conflict can be an opportunity for your team. Mangers need to apply the right tools to leverage conflict as a source of team improvement.
Wellbeing & Mindfulness
Mindfulness allows individuals to act intentionally, increasing focus, personal effectiveness, and engagement.
Team Communication & Collaboration
Team collaboration depends on the nature of the team and the work they’re creating. Not all teams need significant collaboration.
Valid, reliable assessments offer objective insights that managers can use to identify areas of focus to improve team performance.
Join us at the Fluno Center
In addition to our Custom Development Solutions, we offer more than 70 sessions of professional development programs at the Fluno Center in Madison, Wisconsin. These interactive, hands-on courses give your employees the opportunity to practice and develop their skills alongside a community of peers. Relevant courses include:
Instructors with Real-World Experience
Instructors for the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development blend world-class research with practical, real-world experience. Our instructors are hand-selected and continuously evaluated to ensure your modern learners leave the experience with practical skills they can implement immediately.