Motivating and Engaging Employees During Times of Change | Kent State University

Motivating and Engaging Employees During Times of Change

Motivated and engaged employees contribute to your organizational success. Through practical activities and group interaction, you will review the theories of motivation and apply these theories to real-world change situations. Create an environment where your employees choose to be motivated about their work goals and change activities.

You will gain ideas that can impact employees' performance and acceptance of change upon return to the workplace. Through real-world case studies learn how to not only motivate, but also keep employees engaged in appropriate workplace behaviors, with particular emphasis on minimizing resistance to workplace change.


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Scott Tackett Scott Tackett

Scott Tackett is a human resource and management training specialist. With 32 years of experience in both operations and human resource management, he was employed in a human resource capacity for the past 20 years for Denman Tire Corporation where he last served as vice president of human resources and administration. 

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"Scott is a great speaker and teacher; he was very informative and gave me a different perspective in leadership and motivation."

Karen Cunningham, Communication Alcoa Cleveland Works

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