Learn how to engage and motivate your team.
Open-office plans are another common hallmark of those whose no longer need concentration to do their work: The organizers and the talkers.
— DHH (@dhh) December 30, 2014
According to Wikipedia Employee Engagement is:
A property of the relationship between an organization and its employees. An "engaged employee" is one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organization's reputation and interests.
Engaged employees can form high performing teams and high performing teams lead organizations to outperform their goals in comparison to companies with low employee engagement.
Its not always easy to engage and motivate your team and managers often struggle to do so. Managers attempt to come up with employee engagement ideas but the implementation is the hard part.
I have compiled a list engagement ideas, obviously the list is not exhaustive. Managers should adopt these ideas if they think it fits their management style:
The book explains in detail what is employee engagement and how engaged teams can drive sales, profits and share price rises. It has examples how to quantify employee engagement and how to identify employee weaknesses. Also, communication at team meeting is also covered and what managers should say to engage employees and allow them to communicate their views. Finally, the book contains a complete 8 week plan engagement plan.
The book is structured around the RESPECT model:
The author provides low cost solutions and actions plan to enhance employee engagement. All examples are supported by research and practice. His book has help managers and executives to realize the gains of employee engagement in employee productivity and job satisfaction.
The book contains practical examples, employee engagement tools and advice. Every employee engagement idea is being translated to practical steps and guidelines on how to implement and measure. The book explores the meaning of engagement and how to build a culture of engagement.
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