The best workplace cares for its employees and prioritises employee engagement as the catalyst for improving business outcomes. Engaged employees produce better business outcomes than other employees – across industries, company size, and nationality, and in good economic times and bad. Engaged employees are 80% less likely to take days off, 40% less likely to leave their roles, and are 18% more productive.
The reality is that only about one in three employees self-describes as being “engaged,” and organisation’s today are notoriously ineffective at creating a culture of high trust, high performance, and high engagement. The Gallop Organisation has measured self-reported levels of employee engagement since 2000. Their latest research shows that 51% of employees were not engaged, and more than 17% were actively disengaged.
Employees need more than a good paycheck to invest themselves in their work and achieve more for your company. Individuals are seeking purpose and meaning in their work. They want to be known for what makes them unique. Purpose is what drives employee engagement. Employees also want meaningful relationships, particularly with a manager who can coach them to the next level. Their manager is who drives employee engagement.
Join this webinar with Susan Peppercorn, Executive Coach & Career Strategist, and Sarah Hobbs, Managing Director of talent and career management consultancy, Talent & Potential, to engage in a discussion to learn about:
Recorded: 29th of September 2022