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    Employee engagement Employee engagement Presentation Transcript

    • Happiness = Performance
    • 3 Types of Employees
    • Engaged ● LOVE their job ● Believe their job has meaning and purpose ● Get others excited about change ● Perform exceptionally well ● Contribute huge amounts of discretionary effort ● Are born leaders
    • Compliant ● Dislike their job, but not necessary vocal about it ● Do the bare minimum ● Only work to get paid ● Avoid additional tasks or projects ● Dislike disruptive change ● Have passion for things outside of work
    • Subversive ● Deeply HATE their job and tells everyone frequently ● Actively sabotages or undermines the work of engaged employees ● Very little regard for management ● Uses many tactics (usually politics) to subvert any change
    • The Stats
    • 20% of all employees globally
    • 60% of all employees globally
    • 20% of all employees globally
    • Think about the people you work with...
    • Which one are you? . .be honest
    • But we have a problem...
    • today we’re getting more of these
    • . .which means we’re getting less of these..
    • Which causes this...
    • How do we fix this?
    • encourage these people
    • inspire these people
    • and these guys.. ? well, I’ll get to that
    • No, seriously, how DO we fix it…?
    • Praise Empower Inspire
    • Praise be genuine do it immediately be specific
    • Empower trust them let them fail let them lead
    • Inspire create a greater purpose be human, tell your story illustrate their future
    • And soon you’ll turn these
    • into more of these
    • these ones will just leave
    • And you’ll have plenty of graphs like this
    • Craig Skipsey This is me, deep in thought, probably thinking about these things: ● ● ● ● ● ● Corporate Culture Change Agent Thought Leader on Management Innovation Sales & Marketing Professional Disruptive innovation Change Organisational Psychology Corporate culture Employee engagement Leadership