Are Your Employees Emotionally Committed?
When we are included in activities, asked for our opinions about something, acknowledged for our efforts and given praise for doing a good job, it makes us feel good – be it in our personal or professional lives!
It goes without saying, therefore, that employee engagement is a key determinant of an employee’s involvement with, commitment to, and satisfaction with work. And more and more leaders are realizing how crucial employee engagement is to the success of their company.
At TalentCove, we want to help people to be more involved, committed and productive at work. Engagement is important to us and is a key driver behind TalentCove’s mission. Who doesn’t want happier and more engaged people working with them?
Today we’re sharing articles written by thought leaders we admire, which focus on employee engagement dilemmas and potential solutions.
by Meghan M. Biro
“Many studies have been done to try to get to the secret behind employee engagement. It’s not a secret, though. It requires emotional commitment on the part of leaders, a great culture, and constant maintenance. The payoffs are huge: happier, more productive employees, happier customers, better profits and business results. Resolve to master employee engagement. It’s a worthy undertaking.”
Read on to learn more about Meghan’s who, what, when, where, why – and one H – how behind employee engagement.
by Kevin Kruse
“Engagement refers to one’s emotional commitment to their organization and the organization’s goals. It leads to discretionary effort. A sales person who feels engaged will work just as hard on Friday afternoon as she does on Monday morning. A customer service professional who feels engaged will go the extra mile to resolve problems and complaints.”
Read the full article here.
by Colin Shaw
“Happy people give you happy customers. — If you want to have a great Customer Experience you must focus your employees as they deliver your experience.”
Click here to discover Colin’s practical steps to improve employee engagement.
What are some of your favorite tips on encouraging more employee engagement with your teams at work? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below!
This week’s #TChat on Twitter (hosted by TalentCulture, featuring Kevin Kruse on April 2nd) will focus on whole hearted leadership for employee engagement. Don’t miss out and join us in the conversation!
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