What would you do with five to ten extra hours in your work week, every week? Could you use it to finally finish off those projects that never seem to get done? Or, would you become the proactive professional that helps drive results and begins to implement the company’s vision for what your work world could be… and finally stop the reactive circus that consumes your regular day? Consider employee engagement.
The path to creating engaged employees is long, but amazingly inexpensive. It’s about understanding the “drivers of engagement” and how to bring them to life at your company. It’s about consistency, because going from good to great takes time. The role of leadership and human resources is crucial to creating a highly engaged workforce. Personal buy-in AND involvement is non-negotiable; creating the vision of what the engaged workplace looks like and the employees’ role in getting there must be articulated frequently and completely. Every manager, supervisor and leader must be on the same page and speak to engagement with one voice.
Wouldn’t you love to go to work because you love where you work? Learn more by reading the articles listed below.
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Who Drives Employee Engagement… Leaders or Managers?
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Employee Well-Being – What Are the Key Components to Drive Employee Engagement?
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Reach Out and Touch a Heart
Employee Development is Crucial for Employee Engagement
The Importance of On-Boarding: From the Perspective of a New Employee
Ten Simple Steps to More Engaged Employees
The Social Media Revolution and Employee Engagement