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Effective leadership has long been acknowledged as an essential prerequisite for employee engagement to take place. In this challenging time, senior leaders in organisations with highly-engaged ...

Effective leadership has long been acknowledged as an essential prerequisite for employee engagement to take place. In this challenging time, senior leaders in organisations with highly-engaged workforces in the private, public and third sectors engage their people, and the contribution made by narrative and storytelling to the way that they communicate with their employees for better impact on bottomline.

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Enagement and leadership branding Enagement and leadership branding Presentation Transcript

  • Bridging the gap between people and possibilities
    Krishanu Bhattacharjee
  • Maximize organization performance
  • Keys to disengagement
    1
    I can’t be engaged if I am overwhelmed
    2
    I can’t be engaged if I am scared
    3
    I can’t be engaged if I can’t do it
    4
    I can’t be engaged if I don’t see the big picture
    5
    I can’t be engaged if it’s not mine
    6
    I can’t be engaged if my leaders don’t face reality
  • Keys to engagement
    1
    Connecting through images and stories
    2
    Creating pictures together
    3
    Believing in leaders
    4
    Owning the solution
    5
    Playing the entire game
    6
    Practicing before performing
  • What employees want from companies
    1
    Being part of a winning organization
    2
    Working for admired leaders
    3
    Having positive working relationship
    4
    Doing meaningful work
    5
    Recognition and appreciation
    6
    Living a balanced life
  • What employees want from leaders
    1
    Degree to which employees feel that their leaders are giving a clear vision of the company
    2
    Degree of confidence in the ability of their leaders
    Degree to which they feel that leaders recognize the employees’ role of the employees in the success of the company
    3
    4
    Degree of leaders’ commitment to providing high quality products and services
    5
    Degree of confidence in the senior leadership
  • Leadership
    Engagement

  • If your actions inspire others to dream more, you are a leader
    Chinese proverb
    Leadership
    Engagement

  • Leaders’ role in engagement
  • Competencies for effective narrative
  • Associated Behaviors and characteristics
  • Leads by example
    Associated Behaviors and characteristics
    • Is interested in employees’ work and has an involvement in the business
    • Wants employees to do the same: admits mistakes
    Empowering
    • encourages people to speak up
    Collaborative
    • has an open-door policy for employees
    • Undertakes frequent visits to interact with people
  • Treats people well
    Associated Behaviors and characteristics
    • Gets to know employees
    • Meets their needs
    Humble
    • Rank is not relevant, no ego, not looking for compliments
    Trustworthy
    • Fulfills commitment made
  • Communication Methods (Internal) – Face to face
    1
    7
    Team meetings
    Site visits
    8
    2
    Floor walk
    Management Meetings
    9
    3
    Open door sessions
    Staff briefings
    10
    4
    Informal Interactions
    Forums
    11
    5
    Webinar
    Focus Groups
    6
    12
    Conferences/Unconferencing
    Quarterly/Annual Meet
  • Newsletters
    Communication Methods (Internal) – Non direct channels
    Personal Blog
    Twitter
    eMail
    Intranet
    Electronic Display Board
    Tele conference
    Videos
    Posters
    Media/Press Mentions
  • Krishanu Bhattacharjee
    eMail: krish.b@gmail.com
    Twitter: twitter.com/krishbhatt
    Linkedin: linkedin.com/krishanub
    Leadership
    Engagement