Employee engagement has become a global dilemma that has cost companies billions of dollars due to lack of profit and productivity. One of the reasons this dilemma has grown so much is because many companies confuse “engagement” with “satisfaction.” While there is some overlap between the two, most employee engagement initiatives don’t get to the real root causes of disengagement issues, so they never see the results they want.
Let's start back at square one and analyze each piece that is needed to solve this giant puzzle of an organization’s employee engagement.
- How the different mindsets of engaged, not-engaged and actively disengaged employees impact their coworkers and the organization
- A few strategic models that structure the factors that will be needed to improve engagement
- Why employee engagement should be viewed as a symptom and not a cause of an organization’s troubles
- How to uncover the correlation between your company’s business challenges and low employee engagement