Without regular expectation alignment unmet employee expectations can lead to lower motivation and employee engagement.
Category: Employee Engagement
Organisations require different skills as the business evolves. Building a learning organisation encourages knowledge sharing and collaboration.
Knowledge sharing increases increases creativity, collaboration, problem solving, and preserves existing knowledge.
Leadership style makes a difference when making changes - but nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care!
A lack of preparation or an incongruent onboarding programme can rapidly increase disengagement and reduce retention. First impressions count!
Research has demonstrated a direct link between social support at work, lower rates of employee burnout, and greater satisfaction in the workplace.
A little acknowledgement and recognition goes a long way towards buy-in, participation and evolving an engaging company culture.
Employee Engagement goes beyond employee satisfaction, it creates powerful ambassadors and advocates for your brand, employees that want to be part of your journey to success.
A learning organisation sees problems as opportunities. Employees should be encouraged to seek out challenges and undertake stretch assignments without feeling that mistakes will jeopardise their careers.
Employee experience goes beyond having a slide, coffee bar or pool table in your workplace. It requires a fundamental change in thinking.