"After trending up in recent years, employee engagement in the U.S. saw its first annual decline in a decade -- dropping from 36% engaged employees in 2020 to 32% in 2022." -Gallup.com
MI-Lead is a proven leadership model with specific skills that leaders can apply today to start immediately seeing results with employee engagement, moving change forward, and dealing with difficult conversations.
Why Focus on Engagement?
Engagement impacts outcomes, including profitability, productivity, customer service, retention, safety, and overall well-being.
Who is it for?
MI-Lead is for all leaders including supervisors, to executives. Especially leaders facing challenges with:
rolling out change
dealing with difficult conversations and employees
What does MI-Lead impact?
MI-Lead is highly effective at:
increasing employee engagement
successfully navigating through individual and system change
having effective difficult conversations
dealing with conflict
How can I learn MI-Lead?
Virtual or In-Person Training
As Heard On
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Jason Wilcox on with Zach Barnes from KXL Portland talking about Employee Engagement. This is segment 1.
Jason Wilcox on with Ken Broo from 700 WLW discussing employee engagement and how the trends have been going down, in the wrong direction.
On with 1010 Wins
Jason Wilcox on 1010 Wins NY talks about the decrease in employee engagement across the US. (Audio coming soon)
“MI-Lead was one of the best leadership trainings I've gone to. It changed the way I engaged with my staff. I even made a cheat sheet that I keep at my desk.”
Dr. Barb, Hospital Executive
"I ordered the book as part of a course I took. Literally life-changing. You will want to learn more!!!"
Sarah Jayne Gach
"The book is a great read on motivational interviewing. I learned a lot about framing, change management, leadership, communications, and motivation in this well-written and well-researched book. As a doctoral student in Leadership Studies, this book goes on the “see if there’s stuff for the dissertation” list. A great read and a must-have in the leadership library."