Creating Employee Engagement: 4 Methods That Work
Do you want to achieve a higher level of employee engagement, motivation, and performance? Do you want more self-satisfaction and recognition for your efforts? Ramp up your team through four keys approaches to creating exceptionally high levels of employee engagement. Consider, disengagement costs companies close to $2 trillion worldwide.
Bottom-line, most companies and managers want employee engagement. Consequently, nearly everyone measures it and does action plans. It’s the talk of the town. Yet, while there is some improvement, we continue to have the high levels of employee dissatisfaction according to Gallup, Dale Carnegie, and Aon Hewitt research. Why?
Employee engagement has become a strategy not a way of doing business. It seems to be all about the numbers and action plans. It is something corporations and leaders are trying to do to people. For it to work it needs to be personal and emotional, and a process focused on the potential and well being of people. As a result, a company leadership really needs to care about the success of their employees. Once leaders begin to figure this out, they can tap the most important part of their business-their employees.
The Payoff of Employee Engagement
In this leadership training video, Rick reveals four leadership skills to drive employee engagement. To use these approaches and succeed as leaders, managers need to change. It is a matter of trust, and leadership engagement. Leadership today is a high contact sport which leads to employee ownership, buy-in, commitment and motivation. This is often uncomfortable for managers to do because they lack people skills. However, it is doable with leadership training.
Watch this brief but powerful video training to discover a way to win. The payoff is big. Above all, research shows that highly engaged employees are much more productive and effective. This means 21% more profitability, and 202% overall better productivity. In addition, employee turnover decreases by 87%. Furthermore, they bring in 2.5 times more revenue. High employee engagement adds significantly to a company’s success. What honest leader would reject that?
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