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WHY EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT MATTERS
WHY EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT MATTERS
Dale Carnegie Training has been increasing
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4 TRAITS ENGAGED EMPLOYEES EXHIBIT
5 TIPS FOR EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
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  1. 1. WHY EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT MATTERS WHY EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT MATTERS Dale Carnegie Training has been increasing employee engagement for over 100 years. One recent initiative* included a comprehensive study of employee engagement across the US. The emotional and functional commitment an employee has to his or her organization BILLION IS LOST ANNUALLY DUE TO EMPLOYEE TURNOVER ** ***COMPANIES WITH ENGAGED EMPLOYEES OUTPERFORM THOSE WITHOUT BY UP TO OF ALL EMPLOYEES ARE NOT FULLY ENGAGED THE IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT $ 11 202% 71% 29% OF THE WORKFORCE IS ENGAGED 26 %ARE ACTIVELY DISENGAGED 45% ARE NOT ENGAGED This chart represents the breakdown of employee engagement across the US. It is said that employees don’t leave companies, they leave people. Explore the 3 key drivers of employee engagement. Relationship with Direct Manager Belief in Senior Leadership Pride in Working for the Company OF EMPLOYEES DISSATISFIED WITH THEIR DIRECT MANAGER WERE DISENGAGED OF EMPLOYEES WHO LACK CONFIDENCE IN THE ABILITIES OF SENIOR LEADERSHIP ARE NOT FULLY ENGAGED OF EMPLOYEES WHO WERE PROUD OF THEIR COMPANY’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO SOCIETY ARE ENGAGED 80% 70% 54% Brought to you by:
  2. 2. 4 TRAITS ENGAGED EMPLOYEES EXHIBIT 5 TIPS FOR EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT 1 2 3 4 5 ENTHUSIASM employees are enthusiastic about work EMPOWERED employees are allowed to do the work their way CONFIDENT employees are sure they can achieve excellence INSPIRED employees are motivated by their leaders Senior leadership must articulate a clear vision to all employees. Employees should be encouraged to communicate openly and influence the company’s vision through their input. Direct managers should foster healthy relationships with their employees. Senior leadership should continuously demonstrate that employees have an impact on their work environment. Managers should show employees that they are valued as true contributors, giving them a sense of empowerment. www.dalecarnegie.com/employee-engagement *Dale Carnegie surveyed the functional and emotional elements of employee engagement from a national representative sample of 1,500 employees. ** Source - Bureau of National Affairs *** Source - Gallup

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