Are Your Employees Excited to Get to Work?
Disengaged employees cost the American economy billions per year in lost productivity. Employees can become disengaged when they're made to feel like they're not listened too, valued, or appreciated. To keep people engaged, leaders must remind them of the meaningful outcomes they help to create.
Connections Require Follow-Up
Scheduling and conducting monthly connection conversations with employees is a giant step towards increasing engagement on your team. Just as important as the conversations you’re having, is what you do with the information you collect. How can we ensure employees know they’re supported?
What do I say to my top performers?
A re-recruitment conversation is one of the easiest ways to retain a high-performing employee. The High Performer Re-recruitment Conversation Template guides leaders through the structure for this dialogue. During the conversation, this tool reminds you to tell them specific ways their contributions are valued.
How do you move an elephant?
Building connections with the work and people in an organization inspires team members to achieve the mission. An effective approach to guiding behavior and building meaningful connections is to recognize individuals for displaying the characteristics and actions that will move the team to success.
Is Your Team Engaged?
Sustaining high levels of employee engagement can be achieved by building relationships, affirming the individual’s value, removing barriers, and providing development and growth opportunities to employees. Use the following questions to analyze the employee experience for your team.
How do I share results with stakeholders?
Transparently sharing results increases engagement and provides data to guide improvement. In this Coaching Clip, Dr. JoAnn Sternke illustrates the basic elements of a results rollout process and provides reassurance for leaders looking to use data to drive growth.