Do you want to know the importance of employee engagement?
Let's say you have two employees, one who is engaged and another who isn't.
The engaged employee will work 1.5-2x as hard as the disengaged employee in order to help your business succeed.
This may not seem like a big deal at first, but if we extrapolate this over all of your employees, it can really add up!
Talent Culture recently found that by investing 10% into employee engagement strategies you can increase profits by over £2000 per employee. For a team of 50, that's £100,000!
What's the bottom line? Engaged employees are worth more to your business. Besides, employee engagement is a win-win for both employers and employees.
We want happy people who enjoy what they do! And we're sure you want engaged workers too, right?
Engaged employees are more likely to stay longer with your company and produce high-quality work.
One of the most important employee engagement drivers is communication, which leads to trust, understanding, and teamwork. What can you do for employee engagement? One of the most impactful practices that you can do is to coach your employees on a regular basis.
Effective employee coaching can be done in three main ways: on-the-spot feedback, goal setting sessions, and peer observation.
In order to be able to coach your team is essential to have a great relationship, believe in what you are coaching too and effective delivery in how you shape your message.
Learn how to coach your team members effectively so that they feel appreciated and grow professionally!
The key difference between good performance and great performance is employee engagement, which leads to a higher level of learning and collaboration. World-class teams we have worked with have 80% employee engagement so let's not focus on average and strive for the best in class!
How engaged are your employees? If you had to pick a number between 1 and 10 what would you choose?
Next, it's time to look at what it is going to take to improve it. Be ready to listen. A great practice that successful companies adopt is to hold town hall sessions. These can be held every quarter and allows you to give an overview of the business strategy and performance, give recognition to the team also then run a Q&A session to be able to hear what challenges your people are having. They want to be heard and listened to. It helps employees also align with the vision of the company.
The key difference between good performance and great performance is employee engagement, which leads to a higher level of learning and collaboration.
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As a learning and performance consultancy, we work with your business to identify and improve performance gaps so that you can be more profitable and professionally develop your people. Over 10 years of expertise in learning and performance with results to back it all up. Why settle for the average when there is a world of possibility when you know how to achieve it? Untapped potential - Let's go get it!