Employee engagement is not an exact science. So far, the whole concept has been built on HR experience, positive phycology and business models that engage a company’s talent towards a productive culture of success.
At the core of employee engagement, similar to any company’s foundation, are some values. These values determine the why, how and what of that company, presumably.
In today’s economy, you’re building your company brand both through external as well as internal efforts. Playing two battlefields at the same time can prove to be tricky, that’s why some companies decide to focus their resources only on the external branding front. Meanwhile, they neglect their internal environment, failing to provide an engaging, challenging and appealing workplace.
Enters talent management. A grey area where an HR manager meets a Talent Manager/Chief Happiness Officer. Confusing? Yes. And if it’s confusing for the person actually holding that position, imagine what it does to the employees he or she is supposed to be engaging.
So, we came up with 25 ideas that can save a manager in need of some inspiration. Enjoy!