An engaged workforce is an unstoppable train. There really are no limits to what your business can achieve when employee engagement levels peak. Help your employees reach their potential and create a workplace that's characterised by energy, productivity, and growth with these 7 actionable employee engagement strategies.
THE KEY TO PRODUCTIVITY AND GROWTH
According to Gallup, disengaged employees cost organisations between $450 and $550 billion annually. Unhappy employees who are stressed, burned out, under-appreciated, bullied, or distracted are naturally not productive. They do not associate themselves with the company's vision and feel less accountable for their actions. On the other hand, employees who are engaged are willing to go that extra mile and reach their potential. They consider the organisation's goals as their own and are deeply invested in its success.
Keep your talented workforce engaged and proactive by building stronger relationships, acknowledging their efforts, and providing them with the right tools needed for their personal growth and success. Implement these seven crucial yet low-cost strategies to start fostering a happier, more productive and engaged workplace.
Martin Fairn is the co-founder of Gazing Performance Systems, where they teach the Red2Blue mindset and framework. It’s a technique that will help you coach your employees to perform even when circumstances make it difficult. We invited Martin to discuss this framework in a recent Lunch & Learn, and in this article we’ll go through the key takeaways from our talk.
One of the most common questions we’re asked is why we use an emoji scale to gather employee feedback. We get it. We know emojis might initially feel a little juvenile or lightweight. Perhaps like they’re prioritising style over substance. But our use of emojis isn’t a style decision. It’s a profoundly important practical decision — and a big reason Winningtemp is so effective.
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