How often do you ask your people, “Where are you trying to go? What’s your vision?” and, most importantly, “How can I help you get there?”
Let me ask you an odd question. Are your employees thinking about their jobs in the shower?
Do you go in to work grudgingly, feeling under-engaged and unenthusiastic? Well, that’s a problem from the front-line to the CEO — and it’s one that you can keep from happening with just a few simple steps.
How does a busy business leader keep their front-line in the loop about large-scale company goals? And why should they? What benefit does that bring the company?
If you find even a few ways to nurture your engagement with others on a consistent basis, their trust in you as a leader will grow, as will their respect for and loyalty to you.
Here are 3 ways to improve engagement with your teams or direct reports.
According to Gallup’s most recent State of the American Workplace study, the U.S. is facing serious struggles with productivity. Here are three things you can do to improve employee engagement.
It may come as a shock to you, but the #1 reason employees leave their jobs isn’t because they want more money or greater status.
Recognizing your employees doesn’t need to be complex or costly. Small, consistent efforts that are meaningful may actually matter more to your employees.
The year is almost over. In addition to highlighting your 2017 successes, make time to put emphasis around the importance of your staff and employee recognition.
According to a recent Gallup survey, only one in five employees gets managed in a way that motivates them to do excellent work.