Improve Manager Engagement
Ensure your leaders lead like they mean it.
It’s near impossible to improve overall employee engagement if the management team is unhappy. Specifically target manager disengagement as an early step in turning the organization around.
It costs a lot of time and money to identify and turnaround a disengaged employee. While it is much easier to rely on organizational and departmental initiatives implemented after an engagement survey, disengaged individuals are often hidden by survey results and completely overlooked.
The purpose of an engagement survey is organizational change. This is determined through first measuring the drivers of engagement and identifying those in need of improvement. Most organizations fail to leverage employee engagement surveys to their full potential because they do not follow through with impactful change.
Brainstorming is a powerful team-building and idea generation method because it can increase morale, create a more enjoyable work experience, and empower employees to participate in organizational initiatives.
Most managers leave performance gains on the table because they don't regularly set agile short-term goals with their staff. Managers that empower their employees to set agile goals see increased productivity and employee engagement, which benefits both the manager and the organization as a whole.
Many organizations are not only failing to leverage employee engagement surveys to their full potential, but they are also hurting employee engagement due to the lack of change implementation and communication. Don't become another statistic: gain a better understanding of what effective employee engagement surveys can and should deliver, and how to carry them out.
The world of work is evolving and changing, and organizations must adapt. To face this changing world, make employee engagement a priority.
Effective employee empowerment is the biggest driver of employee engagement, a current hot topic in the HR world. Only 3% of disengaged employees are empowered.
Employee empowerment is the number one driver of engagement, yet only 34% of employees are empowered. In addition to employee engagement, empowerment has a significant impact on an organization's customer service, profitability, productivity, and retention. Despite this, many managers aren't doing it well.
Engaged employees have a significant and important role in an organization's productivity. Employees who become disengaged have an equally significant and important role in an organization's poor performance and high costs.