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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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.
Let’s face it: Employee engagement programs often fail. In fact, they fail a disheartening amount of the time. The most common reason is because far too few people are doing what the whole initiative was designed for: using data to take effective action to help people be happier and more successful at work. There are big opportunities missed when managers lack the tools and accountability to act on insights from their people data. The unwanted results: employee attraction, performance, and retention suffer; speed and quality of decision-making are sub par; and people feel undervalued and disengaged. This is a critical problem worth solving, and many companies are turning their focus and efforts to doing just that — igniting meaningful, visible action.
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Examine how to build credibility with stakeholders in the employee engagement process, understanding both successes and failures to refine future presentations, transforming results into reactive action by leadership, and incorporating engagement research into company culture.
When you think of typical approaches to engagement, what do you think of? Most strategies presented to me consist of external inducements: things like cash bonuses, reward and recognition systems, and one-off manager trainings that have been around for decades. Organizations have simply spent too much time thinking of ways to externally influence employees into doing what they desire and too little time tapping into the natural drivers of engagement. We need to let go of our transactional approach to engagement and instead focus on a more authentic, employee-centered approach.
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