Studies show 70% of high-level senior leaders believe that Employee Engagement has a strong impact on financial performance, but only 31% strongly agree that their organisation is actually making engagement a top priority.
Employees are 4x more likely to be willing to do what it takes to get the job done when their leaders make employee engagement an everyday habit.
How we work with your team
We focus on the importance of leadership and culture as the two key drivers as we work with you to achieve your employee engagement goals.
1. Survey and Analysis
We use diagnostic tools, assessments and focus groups to understand your current reality.
2. Insights and Recommendations
We use data and evidence-based insights to focus on the key issues and core areas.
Customised delivery of experience training plans allows for leaders of the business to demonstrate immediate action and build momentum.
4. Outcomes and Sustainment
Measurement and results ensure that initiatives are meeting their intended outcomes, and data from feedback forms the basis of ongoing employee engagement strategy.
Have an immediate positive impact on your team's motivation and commitment.
Employee Engagement resources you may be interested in:
Achieving Breakthrough Engagement
Organisations who want the benefits of an engaged workforce (improved individual, team and financial performance) must help their leaders make employee engagement a daily habit.
Fewer than 1 in 4 employees are fully-engaged.
It's all about how your people feel.
Employee engagement is all about the lever of emotional commitment that a person has towards the success of the company. Engaged employees feel valued and connected - they're willing to go above and beyond because they care.
Our employee engagement model is built on the executive alignment so that efforts are wholly integrated from the top down and leaders at all levels are empowered to strengthen the employee experience.
Employee Engagement: It's Time to Go 'All-In'
Based on research conducted by Dale Carnegie, this white paper shows how organisations can enable their leaders at all levels to drive employee engagement while also taking into account the historical context of past investments and strategies.
Creating Cultures that Engage & Retain Millennials & Gen Z
Millennials have eclipsed the Baby Boom Generation in size. Both are important. Understanding Millennials and how they think and operate, and what engages them is more important now than ever before for building a vibrant and sustainable work team.
Managers Matter: A Relationship-Centered Approach to Engagement
Engagement means happy, loyal employees, and happy, loyal customers. Knowing how immediate supervisors act as the catalyst for employee engagement enables you to leverage this tool to move the needle on employment engagement levels, and bottom line impacts.