Only 25% of employees are actively engaged in their work, 60% are not engaged, and 15% are actively disengaged. (BC business Magazine)
Engagement begins at the hiring stage of the employee journey by ensuring that, not only is there a match with the skills and experience required of the position, but also that the candidate has a sense of connection with the organization as well. Practising emotional intelligence is what helps to maintain that connection by making sure the new employee feels psychologically safe and that they belong.Today, the employee wants to know the job has meaning, over above just earning a pay cheque.
GEOFF FROST CPHR. PID.
Geoff provides skills assessment, training and coaching to employees and their leaders utilizing the tools listed below to help ensure engagement, to reduce conflict and create a diverse, equitable, inclusive workplace culture..
RECRUITMENT & RETENTION
CJ LIU MBA.
CJ has a talent for sourcing quality candidates quickly. He is able to fill all types of positions, and has specialized knowledge as well as extensive experience in operations, supply chain management and food manufacturing,.
3 years as an HR Manager Recruiter
4 years as a Senior Buyer, VP– Supply Chain
5 years as General Manager of Operations
4 years as a Chemical Factory Director (Sony)
5 years as a Process Engineer & Operations Manager
We believe that for a sense of belonging to exist in the workplace it requires a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture, based on the practice of emotional intelligence.This means taking both a task and people approach to work, recognizing that everyone plays an important role in the success of the organization. It really just makes good "common sense." Our mission then is to provide emotionally intelligent recruitment and retention, along with assessment, training and coaching, to help organizations improve employee engagement, productivity and wellness.
"We are an HR Consulting Practice specializing in helping organizations increase performance by creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Our services include recruitment, assessment, training and coaching in diversity and inclusion, emotional intelligence, social styles & versatility, hardiness and resilience, and psychological safety.
We help organizations and their employees uncover unconscious bias, micro-inequities and micro-aggressions by promoting a psychologically safe workplace culture where people feel safe to speak up when they have concerns. Part of our training also includes bystander intervention.
There are many benefits to having a diverse and inclusive workplace including increased productivity, reduced absenteeism, and improved risk management to name a few.
We also work with individuals and organizations who want to further develop stress hardiness by building their emotional resilience. In addition to one-on-one coaching, we also provide group coaching. This allows the sharing of ideas and mutual support, while reducing the cost for each participant.
The overall health of a workplace includes both the physical and psychological well-being of its workers. By treating mental health and its psychological component equally with the physical environment, a workplace can support their workers' overall well-being. Poor mental health not only hurts the individual, but it also reduces corporate profits.
Having a healthy workplace culture also includes practising inclusive leadership. We work with employers to help make sure they understand the different needs of their direct reports and employees, thereby reducing friction in the workplace, while at the same time increasing productivity.