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Everyone is talking about low employee engagement levels, but are managers even thinking about this concept in the right way? While many judge employee engagement based on satisfaction and performance, this video outlines why you might need to redefine what qualifies as an “engaged employee.”
When someone is promoted into a managerial role, they infrequently receive the leadership training that will position them for success. By arming managers with tools to support ongoing feedback, continuous guidance and real-time analytics, they’ll be better positioned for success.
Leaders are often tasked with “fixing” employee engagement, but they can’t do it on their own. To change the way your organization engages employees, you need to consider employee and leader needs equally.
Employee engagement has been a hot topic for a few years now and organizations are finally taking a closer look at how to create a culture of continuous, real-time feedback. Our latest infogaphic shows how we got here and why 2016 will be the year of employee engagement.
This small fast food chain has leaders who are constantly teaching their employees — resulting in an absurdly low turnover rate and intensely satisfied customers. Pal’s Sudden Services’ CEO says that like professional athletes, his employees train, build their skills and spend countless hours learning to become the best.