You’ve Got It Backward.
There’s no disputing that employee engagement is good for productivity. But employees are more likely to be engaged in their work when they feel they’re performing to the best of their current abilities, and continually developing skills that are valuable to the organization’s success. It’s a cycle of success that doesn’t end with employee performance – it begins with it.
In this free two-page tipsheet, we explain:
To learn how to get employee engagement and performance working together for your business, download the tipsheet by completing the form on the right.