Research shows when supervisors take responsibility for employee engagement, their staff is six times more engaged. It’s time to stop settling for half-hearted manager and leadership support, and drive toward the true ownership and accountability needed to meaningfully impact employee engagement. In this HCI Keynote video, Lydia Greene, Vice President of Human Resources at Tufts Health Plan, shares best practices from her journey to promote a manager-owned, HR-enabled approach to employee engagement.
- Learn the do’s and don’ts of transparency and how it impacts manager behavior.
- Make managers responsible for sharing engagement survey results with their teams and discussing the implications with them.
- Discover how taking action on survey results impacts employee engagement.
- Give managers the autonomy to address engagement issues as they see fit, but hold them accountable for the result.
- Incorporate employee engagement into managers’ performance management, but not too soon.