Employees that consistently give additional discretionary effort to their tasks can propel performance forward. It all begins with the employee experience that will keep employees invested in their work and loyal to their organization. Learn how enabling and training your employees prepares them to take on new challenges, and recognize how to identify and address low engagement and employee burnout.
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Organizations spend an estimated $18B on their people management strategies with the goal of engaging employees; yet, just 15% of full-time employees worldwide are engaged, according to Gallup’s most recent State of the Global Workplace Report. And those engagement levels have been stagnant for nearly a decade. It’s an epidemic employers and human resources professionals have been battling for ages, and the reasons are widespread.
A healthy economy is a good thing. But it also presents challenges when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. First, everyone is pulling from the same, limited talent pool. And then there’s the issue of turnover, because now more than ever, employees are being tempted to pursue better opportunities.
Explore how tapping in to five critical psychological benefits can provide a framework for sustainable engagement, why wellness and other popular programs aren’t delivering on the promise of employee engagement and where organizations must focus instead, and how organizations can determine the right combination of initiatives to deliver the key psychological benefits that ultimately drive talent retention.
Giving quality feedback can cause intense anxiety and receiving feedback gracefully is one of the hardest things to do. We want to be liked, after all. We want to appear as though we are competent in everything we do.
Learn how a commitment to employee voice can shift corporate culture to improve organizational performance.
Concepts like Employee Voice, transparency, real-time feedback, and inclusion still sit on the “do not touch” list for many HR departments. Some People leaders are proponents conceptually, but when push comes to shove, the idea of embracing practices that give more power to employees can be too daunting or seem impractical.
Discover techniques to become a leader or team member that asks for and welcomes feedback, how to accept feedback that ensures you continue to receive it, and ways clients have successfully come out from behind themselves by fearlessly implementing a continuous feedback model.
As a busy HR professional, you already know that keeping employees engaged and motivated is crucial to retention and organizational success. The challenge is knowing what’s working (and what isn’t) so you can create the exceptional employee experience you need to drive these results.
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