Definition: Employee engagement is the emotional commitment an employee has to an organization and its goals.

    Employee engagement does not mean employee happiness or employee satisfaction.


    Make no mistake - organizations that invest in their employees will reap tangible benefits. Research has shown that employee engagement investments can open the floodgates to productivity, profits and personal fulfillment. For example:


    • Willis Towers Watson reports that companies with high and sustainable levels of engagement have operating margins up to three times higher than companies with low or unsustainable levels of engagement.
    • In a study of nearly 200 organizations, companies with the highest levels of employee engagement were 22% more profitable and 21% more productive than those with low levels of engagement.
    • Another analysis found that organizations with engaged employees outperform those without by an astounding 202%.
    • In stark contrast to these findings, research has also put a hefty price tag on the penalties companies pay when workers become disengaged. A single “toxic” employee has been shown to cost a company more than $12,000 a year, and businesses are losing an estimated $500+ billion annually to issues related to disengagement.  


    Improve Employee Engagement by understanding what motives your employees, their communication preferences and their current state of mind/level of engagement.

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    Improve Employee Engagement by ensuring goal and role clarity. Right people, right seats, rowing in the same direction.

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    Give a diverse team a toolkit for improving their emotional intelligence as well as their ability to engage productively with their peers and leadership.

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    Measure engagement, identify gaps, build an action plan to address to improve engagement.

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