One of the biggest contributors to a disengaged workforce is lack of change following an engagement survey. Involving your employees in the process of identifying both short-term fixes and long-term strategies is critical to positively impacting your organization’s top engagement issues and getting the biggest bang for your engagement buck. Learn the five steps to winning engagement initiatives. Find out how to select change initiatives that treat causes, not symptoms, and involve staff from the beginning.
Use your organization’s employee engagement survey results to identify the top three priority areas to focus on improving those areas that scored poorly but are of high importance to your employeesRun effective brainstorming sessions with your department’s staff to conduct a gap analysis between current reality and ideal state
Use brainstorming sessions to generate ideas for engagement initiatives that will close those gaps
As a management team, compare and select the best change initiatives identified during the brainstorming sessions
Put the five steps to winning initiatives into action
Walk through a case study of a mid-sized organization to learn about successful initiatives that were implemented and why they were chosen—e.g., a rotational program that provides employees with more one-to-one contact with senior management