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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
What is Employee Engement? They define employee engagement as "a heightened

emotional connection that an employee feels for his or her organization, that influences him or her to exert greater discretionary effort to his or her work

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
Key Drivers of Engagement:
Trust and integrity how well managers communicate and 'walk the talk'. Nature of the job Is it mentally stimulating day-to-day? Line of sight between employee performance and company performance

Does the employee understand how their work contributes to the company's performance? Career Growth opportunities Are there future opportunities for growth? Pride about the company How much self-esteem does the employee feel by being associated with their company? Coworkers/team members significantly influence one's level of engagement Employee development Is the company making an effort to develop the employee's skills? Relationship with one's manager Does the employee value his or her relationship with his or her manager?

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
WAYS TO HELP PEOPLE ENGAGED IN THEIR

WORKPLACE
1. Human Diversity: There needs to be some diversity to bring about a healthy level of differences. These are everything from cultural and societal to personality and motivation. Having diversity with people will bring out questions, differing opinions, curiosity, conflict, and perhaps even personality clashes. All of these are useful at a reasonable level to promote engagement

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
2. Open Communication: An appropriate style and
expectation for communication needs to be presented and more imortantly, dpemonstrated by the leaders in an organization.

3. Common Goals / Visions: A common goal is the


easiest way to have an immediate purpose together, even with someone you dont know and it leads to a working relationship that opens new lines for building deeper relationships

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
4. COMMITMENT: Commitments are a way to ensure that there is discussion between each other and that true engagement is when people hold each other accountable to any commitments made. 5. TRAINING: the best courses and training for engagement ensures that every single person in attendance has to participate and that this is done out loud and with some kind of opinion, answer or comment.

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
6. Make it Part of The System: The more ingrained it is into the system, the more likely employee engagement will expand and retain itself as part of the culture in the workplace.