The 5 MAGIC Elements of Employee Engagement

Friday, December 6, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Tracy Maylett, CEO, DecisionWise and Paul Warner, Director of Consulting Services, DecisionWise

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Join ASTD for this special webcast during Employee Learning Week!

Most leaders understand that engaged employees are passionate about their jobs and deliver better results. Yet, many don't understand how engagement works or the components that contribute to employee engagement. During this session, we will discuss the five MAGIC elements of employee engagement and how leaders can help their employees achieve higher levels of engagement (and success) in their work. These five elements include:

  • meaning
  • autonomy
  • growth
  • impact
  • connection.

The presenters will review how these elements were distilled from research gathered from over 13 million employee engagement survey responses and two decades of consulting with organizations around the world. In addition, they will explain how employees can leverage the five MAGIC elements to become more engaged, and how managers can engage their teams to achieve greater results.

During the session, the following questions will be answered:

  • What is the difference between employee engagement and employee satisfaction?
  • How do employees find meaning and purpose in their jobs?
  • How does autonomy empower employees to take more responsibility for their work?
  • What's the difference between a challenging job that helps employees grow and job burnout?
  • How can employees see the impact they are making on the organization's goals?
  • Why is creating connections at work so important to employee engagement?


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Tracy Maylett
Tracy Maylett

CEO, DecisionWise

Tracy Maylett is the CEO of DecisionWise, Inc., which is headquartered in Provo, Utah, with associates across the U.S., Europe, and Asia, and clients across the world. DecisionWise provides feedback solutions to organizations in over 60 countries and conducts assessments in over 30 languages. Tracy holds an Ed.D. in Organization Change from Pepperdine University.

Paul Warner
Paul Warner

Director of Consulting Services, DecisionWise

Paul Warner is the Director of Consulting Services for DecisionWise, Inc. He holds a dual Ph.D. in Clinical and Industrial Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. Paul leads employee engagement programs with organizations around the world.