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Utah ATD Chapter Event - September 2014

  • Thursday, September 18, 2014
  • 10:15 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Double Tree - Salt Lake Airport, 5151 Wiley Post Way, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116-2891, USA


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Employee Engagement

David Benson - Dale Carnegie

Based on new, groundbreaking research we will discuss the three clusters of behaviors that significantly impact engagement. Then, within each cluster we will break down the individual actions we can take to develop enthusiastic, empowered, confident and inspired employees - the type of employees who care, who want to be part of a success story, and who will drive your organization to the top.

Mr. Benson has nearly 20 years experience in management consulting, business analysis, project management, and corporate training in a variety of fast-paced settings, from local start-up to industry leader. Before joining Dale Carnegie Training of Utah in 2014, he served as a consultant in the technology industry.

11:30 AM Lunch and Networking


How to Train on Employee Engagement

David Mason

Recent research shows that only 41% of non-managers and 65% of managers understand the concept of employee engagement. Even less know how to become more engaged in their work. This session will reveal common misconceptions about engagement and provide a simple MAGIC model to train managers and employees to take ownership for their engagement. This fun, interactive session will include psychological research, interactive activities, and video examples that will change the way you think about motivation and work.

David Mason is a master trainer at DecisionWise and an expert on employee engagement. He holds a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Columbia University, and undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology at Brigham Young University. Dr. Mason turns his understanding of adult learning and psychology into business concepts, working with numerous businesses and academic institutions. Prior to joining DecisionWise, David taught in the Department of Cognitive, Perceptual, and Brain Sciences at University College London.

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