Being assigned a project that is above your skill level creates anxiety, and being asked to complete an easy project results in boredom. Either situation can lead to low engagement at work. So, how do you create an environment that reduces anxiety and boredom while raising the level of engagement?

When you are totally immersed in an activity, you are experiencing a state of flow. Flow states occur when your skill level meets the challenge level of the task. When organizations create opportunities for flow, engagement goes up.

When employees report high levels of engagement at work, they also report high levels of loyalty, motivation, and productivity. This translates to higher levels of employee and client satisfaction.

This workshop examines the process and benefits of inducing flow at work. We explore the criteria necessary for a flow state and how to lay the foundation for these conditions in the workplace.