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In preparation for the launch of the Engage for Success movement back in 2012, a Well-being subgroup was formed and produced this document called “Sustaining Employee Engagement and Performance – Why Wellbeing Matters”. This outlined the evidence for the links between employee engagement and employee well-being (both physical and psychological).

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  1. 1. SUSTAINING  EMPLOYEE   ENGAGEMENT  &  PERFORMANCE   Why  well-­‐being  ma@ers    
  2. 2. WELL-­‐BEING  MATTERS   > Well-­‐being  means  feeling  good  and  funcIoning  well   EVIDENCE  HIGHLIGHTS   Be*er  psychological  well-­‐being   > Employee  psychological  well-­‐being  is  a  cause  of  success   not  just  an  output  from  it   > Employee  well-­‐being:   > Leads  to  be*er  performance   >   Can  be  a  source  of  compe//ve  advantage,  innova/on  and   growth   > Is  growing  in  importance  for  a*rac/ng  talent     > Increasing  employee  well-­‐being  not  only  helps  people   work  be@er,  but  live  longer  and  happier  lives!   •     Be@er  customer  service  and     performance   (Best  Companies  data  shows  that    95%  of  the  20   organisaIons    with  the  highest  level  of  wellbeing  agree   that  the  organisaIon  provides  great  customer  service   compared  to  just  25%  of  the  20  with  the  lowest  levels)   •   Increases  in  producIvity  of   between  3-­‐11%   •   Be@er  a@endance  at  work   (Best  companies  research  shows  that  organisaIons  with   lower  levels  of  wellbeing  take  more  Ime  off  sick   compared  to  those    with  the  highest  levels  –  over  50%     more  according  to  data  from  the  2012  Best  Companies   process)   Sources include: Huppert el al, 2009, Moliner et al., (2008); Harter et al., (2003); Trotter et al., (2009); Robertson et al., (2011); Diener & Chan (2011), Donald et al., (2005), Boorman review (2009), Lyubormirsky et al, 2005 , Ford et al., (2011), Taris & Schreurs, (2009) 9/10/13 SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 2
  3. 3. THINKING  DIFFERENTLY  ABOUT  WELL-­‐BEING   PHYSICAL  +  PSYCHOLOGICAL  HEALTH   Individual   outcomes   Physical   health   Psychological   well-­‐being   > It’s  about  our  minds  as  well  as  our  bodies   > OrganisaIons  typically  understand  and  are  doing   more  about  physical  rather  than  psychological   well-­‐being   > PrevenIon  is  be@er  than  cure     > It’s  about  building  resilience  and  preven/ng  ill-­‐ health,  rather  than  only  taking  acIon  when  the   damage  is  done   > It  can  be  measured   > Psychological  well-­‐being,  and  the  impact  of   intervenIons  to  increase,  it  can  be  measured     =  Organisa/onal  outcomes    Low  sickness  absence    Low  presenteeism    Performance    Customer/user    saIsfacIon    etc...   Sources include: Huppert et al, 2009; Lyubormirsky et al 2005; World Health Organisation; 2004; Foresight Report on Mental Capital for the 21st Century, 2008; Cohen, 2003; Oswald et al 2012 SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 3
  4. 4. SUSTAINED  ENGAGEMENT  DEPENDS  ON  WELL-­‐BEING   > Sustainable  organisaIonal  performance  isn’t  possible   without  posiIve  levels  of  employee  well-­‐being     > Short  term  gain  =  Long  term  pain   > Driving  engagement  in  the  short-­‐term,  without   regard  for  well-­‐being,  can  be  detrimental  to   employees  and  over  Ime  performance  (and  the   employer’s  reputaIon)  will  suffer   > High  engagement  without  wellbeing  =  higher   absence  rates  and  higher  turnover  of  employees   > Improving  well-­‐being  increases  engagement  and   performance   EVIDENCE  HIGHLIGHTS   •  Stress  is  now  the  top  cause  of   absenteeism   •  Engaged  employees  with  high   well-­‐being  are  (35%)  more   a@ached  to  the  organisaIon  than   those  with  lower  well-­‐being   •  A  top  driver  of  engagement  is   senior  management   demonstraIng  a  sincere  interest   in  employee  well-­‐being     •  The  best  companies  to  work  for   frequently  outperform  the  FTSE   100,  in  parIcular  during  the   economic  downturn  from  2009   onwards   9/10/13 Sources  include:  Harter,  Schmidt  and  Keyes  (2003);  Moliner  et  al.,  (2008);  Harter  et  al.,  (2003);  Tro@er  et  al.,  (2009);     Robertson  et  al.,  (2011);  Diener  and  Chan  (2011);  Towers  Watson,  (2010);  Towers  Perrin  2008  Global  Workforce  Study;   Cropanzano  &  Wright  (1999)     SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 4
  5. 5. THE  DRIVERS  OF  WELL-­‐BEING  PROVIDE  ENABLE  AND   ENHANCE  THE  DRIVERS  OF  ENGAGEMENT…   Key  Evidence-­‐based  Drivers  of  Well-­‐being:   > Provide  support  and  enable  good  relaIonships:   >  SupporIve  and  trusted  workplace  relaIonships   >  Individuals  feel  supported  by  managers,  peers  and  the  organisaIon   >  PosiIve  behaviours  to  prevent  unhelpful  conflict  and  unacceptable  behaviour     –  and  deal  with  problems  when  they  arise   > Ensure  jobs  and  work  environments  are  well-­‐designed     Drivers  of  Engagement:   > Leadership/Strategic   narraIve   >  Scope  for  challenge  and  development   >  Adequate  resources   >  Roles  that  are  clear  and  integrated   > Engaging  managers   >  ProducIve,  healthy  working  pracIces  that  allow  good  work-­‐life  balance   > OrganisaIonal  integrity   >  Healthy,  safe  environment   > Employee  voice   >  Well-­‐managed  change   > Enable  control  and  autonomy     >  Individuals  have  a  say  over  how  they  do  their  work   >  Individuals  and  teams  are  provided  with  autonomy   > Help  employees  find  meaning  and  purpose  at  work   >  Help  employees  to  make  connecIons  between  organisaIon  purpose,  strategic   narraIve    and  goals  and  what  is  personally  meaningful  for  them  in  their  day-­‐to-­‐day   work.     9/10/13 Sources:  MacLeod  &  Clarke;  extensive  review  of  job  saIsfacIon,    organisaIonal  psychology  literature   SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 5
  6. 6. SO  TAKING  AN  INTEGRATED  APPROACH   ENABLES…   Sustainable performance …sustainable engagement and sustainable performance Sustainable engagement Engagement Wellbeing Meaning & purpose Leadership Strategic narrative Well-designed job & environment The drivers of engagement and well-being Employee voice 9/10/13 Engaging managers Control & autonomy Organisational integrity Support & relationships SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 6
  7. 7. EVERYONE  PLAYS  A  PART   POLICIES  &   PROCESSES   CEOs   9/10/13 MANAGERS   EMPLOYEES   SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 7
  8. 8. EVERYONE  PLAYS  A  PART  -­‐  Example  acIons   CEOS   • Understand  the  business  case  for  taking   employee  well-­‐being  and  engagement   seriously  and  show  that  they  think  it  ma@ers   • Place  the  drivers  of  well-­‐being  and   engagement  at  the  heart  of  organisaIon   values,  structure  and  processes   POLICIES  &   PROCESSES   MANAGERS   • AcIvely  recognise  and  reward  managers  for   building  sustained  engagement  and  well-­‐being   • AcIvely  listen  to  employees  and  show   appreciaIon  for  their  efforts   9/10/13 CEOs   EMPLOYEES   SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 8
  9. 9. EVERYONE  PLAYS  A  PART  -­‐  Example  acIons   POLICIES  &  PROCESSES   •  Processes  for  recruitment,  performance   and  talent  management,  development   and  reward  etc  support  and  enable  that   employee  well-­‐being  and  engagement   rather  than  act  as  a  barrier  to  it   •  Processes  and  programmes  that  inform   and  educate  employees,  managers  and   leaders  on  how  to  build  and  maintain   engagement  and  psychological  as  well   as  physical  well-­‐being   POLICIES  &   PROCESSES   CEOs   9/10/13 MANAGERS   EMPLOYEES   SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 9
  10. 10. EVERYONE  PLAYS  A  PART  -­‐  Example  acIons   MANAGERS   • Allow  people  a  sense  of  control  in  the  workplace     POLICIES  &   PROCESSES   MANAGERS   • Encourage  and  build  good  relaIonships  within  their  teams  and   across  them   • Make  the  links  between  organisaIonal  purpose/values  and  the   day-­‐to-­‐day  work  of  their  team  members,    so  people  feel  that   what  they  do  and  how  they  do  it  ma@ers   CEOs   EMPLOYEES   • Know  their  individual  team  members  and  what  brings  personal   meaning  in  their  work   • Listens  to  the  ideas  of  their  team  members  so  so  they  feel  they   have  a  ‘voice’   • Provide  opportuniIes  and  support  for  employees  to  develop   their  skills  and  use  their  strengths  and  talents   •   Regularly  give  clear,  growth-­‐minded  feedback  –  what’s  gone   well  and  what  needs  improving   9/10/13 SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 10
  11. 11. EVERYONE  PLAYS  A  PART  -­‐  Example  acIons   EMPLOYEES   POLICIES  &   PROCESSES   MANAGERS   •  Understand  how  they  can  get  engaged  at  work  and  why   that’s  good  for  them  and  the  organisaIon     •  Develop  the  skills  to  build  and  maintain  their  well-­‐being  and   engagement   •  AcIvely  find  ways  to  use  their  skills,  strengths  and  talents   CEOs   EMPLOYEES   •  Be  aware  of  the  impact  their  behaviour  has  on  the  well-­‐ being  of  others     •  AcIvely  work  at  relaIonships  at  work  and  help  and  support   colleagues   9/10/13 SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 11
  12. 12. EMPLOYEE  WELLBEING  AND  ENGAGEMENT  HAS  A   BROADER  IMPACT   So  there  are  links  with  CSR  too…   >  Employees  with  higher  well-­‐being  are  more  likely  to  volunteer,  help  others  and   engage  in  pro-­‐environmental  behaviour   >  Volunteering  and  helping  others  increases  well-­‐being   >  An  organisaIon’s  CSR  acIviIes  can  be  a  source  of  pride,  engagement  and   meaning  for  employees     >  Stress  at  work  isn’t  len  on  the  job  –  it  impacts  employees’  lives  outside  work   and  the  lives  of  the  people  around  them   Sources  include:  Post,  S.  G.  (2005);  Lyubomirsky,  S,  Sheldon,  K  M,  &  Schkade,  D.  (2005);   Dunn,  E.W.,  Aknin,L.B.  &  Norton,M.I.  (2008);  Grant,  2007;  Grant  2008;  Grant  &  Gino,  2010   9/10/13 SUSTAINING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT & PERFORMANCE 12
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