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60 Surefire Ideas That Will Impact Employee Engagement Today

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What is Employee Engagement and an Engaged Culture?

1. When Your Employees Say No

2. When Your Employees Give Their Best Every Day

3. When Employees Spread Your Employer Brand

4. When Your Employees Actively Recruit Others

5. When Your Employees Acknowledge Each Other

6. When Your Employees Go The Extra Mile

7. When Your Employees Feel Attached to the Company

8. When Your Employee is Committed to the Company

9. Knowing What Makes Your Employees Tick

10. Your Employees Put in Discretionary Effort Into Their Work

Who is Responsible For Employee Engagement?

11. Company Leaders Own Employee Engagement Design

12. Executives and Managers Own Employee Engagement

13. Managers Own Employee Engagement

14. Leadership Owns Employee Engagement

15. Leadership Can Kill Employee Engagement

16. Managers Are Responsible for Creating a Happy Environment

17. Managers and Senior Leaders Own Employee Engagement

18. Top Leaders are the Source of Employee Engagement Problems

19. Human Resources Owns a Part of Employee Engagement

20. Everyone Owns Employee Engagement

  1. Company Leaders Own Employee Engagement Design
  2. Executives and Managers Own Employee Engagement
  3. Managers Own Employee Engagement
  4. Leadership Owns Employee Engagement
  5. Leadership Can Kill Employee Engagement
  6. Managers Are Responsible for Creating a Happy Environment
  7. Managers and Senior Leaders Own Employee Engagement
  8. Top Leaders are the Source of Employee Engagement Problems
  9. Human Resources Owns a Part of Employee Engagement
  10. Everyone Owns Employee Engagement

When Do You Start Working on an Engaged Culture?

21. Employee Engagement Starts at the Very Beginning

22. Start Today (No Matter Where You’re At)

23. When Absenteeism Starts to Increase

24. When Employees Leaving Affect the Employees Staying

25. When Customer Service Complaints Rise

26. When Silos Appear

27. When Performance Lags

28. When Employees are Just Punching the Clock

29. When Your Innovation is Down

  1. Employee Engagement Starts at the Very Beginning
  2. Start Today (No Matter Where You’re At)
  3. When Absenteeism Starts to Increase
  4. When Employees Leaving Affect the Employees Staying
  5. When Customer Service Complaints Rise
  6. When Silos Appear
  7. When Performance Lags
  8. When Employees are Just Punching the Clock
  9. When Your Innovation is Down

Where Do You Start?

30. It Starts With Leadership

31. It Starts at On-Boarding

32. It Starts at Recruiting

33. It Starts With Management

34. It Starts With Happiness

35. Kill Your Company Culture if it Sucks

36. Start With Your Most Engaged Employees

37. Start With Treating Your Employees Better Than Your Customers

38. Get Rid of Dissatisfied Employees

39. It Starts With You

Why Should You Care about Employee Engagement?

40. Unengaged Employees Are Detrimental

41. Employees Will Go Above And Beyond

42. Culture is Central to Success

43. Talented Employees Are Pivotal to Success

44. Employee Attrition is Costly

45. Reduced Absenteeism (aka Fake Sick Days)

46. Lost Productivity is Expensive

47. Engaged Employees Serve Customers Better

48. Engaged Employees Help Each Other More

49. Everything Gets Better

How Do I Create an Engaged Culture?

50. Gather Regular Employee Feedback

51. Create The Right Employee Conditions

52. Make Sure Your Employees Have a Voice

53. Make Work Meaningful

54. Respect (and Protect) Personal Lives

55. Allow Employees to Unplug at Night

56. Make Employees Happy

57. Let Employees be Human at Work

58. Encourage Friendships at Work

59. Put Employees at the Center of Engagement (not Business)

60. Acknowledge and Reward Business Contributions

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