Did you know that when it comes to engagement...
Most organizations lack strategic focus?
Most leaders don't know what to do day-in and day-out?
Most employees lack the tools to stay engaged?
Imagine if there was a way to permanently make engagement part of your culture and see improvement year after year.
You don't have to imagine it, it's here!
The Engagement Excelerator Virtual Coaching Program takes you from big picture strategy to real-world tactics to jaw-dropping results.
"I like the short videos, the questions to ask staff, and how Vicki gives you examples of conversations." Healthcare Leader & Engagement Excelerator Participant
Sample Segments - Turnkey Ideas and Tools
Read what healthcare leaders who are using the coaching program have to say...
I enjoy the repeatability of the modules and the time of each episode (~5 minutes each). It keeps me reminded of important items and to remain engaged in positive action towards my team engagement.
The program is doing many things that are beneficial to me: 1) Accountability; 2) Keeping me and my team focused on our action plan; 3) New ideas - every episode gives me more ideas and energy to keep moving forward on our action items.
I have used the ideas to improve my rounding as well as one on one meetings with my staff; my rounding is not intentional and purposeful...I have found this very helpful.
Leaders - receive coaching from Vicki right in your office at your convenience!
Who is it for?
The Engagement Excelerator is designed for all healthcare leaders who want to improve employee engagement in their organization. Whether you are a frontline manager, a supervisor or a director, this program is for you.
And when all leaders in a department, division or organization participate in the coaching program together, the synergy is even greater!
Whether you've heard me speak and read my books or are totally new to my ideas, the coaching program is for you. It is designed for anyone who wants to focus on and implement high impact strategies to positively impact engagement.
How does it work?
The Engagement Excelerator Virtual Coaching Program starts with tried-and-tested strategies from the book, 6 Shortcuts to Employee Engagement and turns them into 26 short, easy-to-digest, online episodes. The program is designed to be engaging, easy, and above all, to work around a healthcare leader's busy schedule.
Have you or your leaders already read the book? Don't worry! The ideas go beyond those concepts and build upon the key strategies.
We take your timeframe for improvement into consideration and offer a flexible delivery schedule. You choose to receive the 26 episode coaching program either weekly or every other week.
On the appointed day, you receive an email with the tools and information to impact engagement, including:
You might be wondering...
"What’s different about the Engagement Excelerator Virtual Coaching Program?"
Long Term Alignment - From "flavor of the month" to sustained commitment
The work is already done - Saving everyone valuable time
Built in accountability - Prompted conversations promote lasting success
- Short videos to work around your schedule. Each video is short, sharp and focused. They are easy to schedule into the week, and you can watch them more than once!
- 26 short segments for long-term success. We all know what it’s like to return from a day’s training, brimming with ideas, only to get caught up in other priorities as soon as we get back to the daily grind. By learning about and adopting these techniques in short segments over time, it's easier to make the small changes with your team that will have a long-lasting impact on employee engagement.
- Getting the emails on a regular basis encourages accountability to stay on track. The emails are a reliable reminder to put into action the positive steps that are proven to improve employee engagement in your workplace, helping everyone stay on track for the duration of the program.
- When you subscribe as a group, there's an accountability component as well. Subscribers receive Engagement CheckPoints and their "one-up" leader receives guidelines for prompted conversations to track progress.