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“Currently, 30% of the U.S. workforce is engaged in their work, and the ratio of engaged to actively disengaged employees is roughly 2-to-1, meaning that the vast majority of U.S. workers (70%) are not reaching their full potential — a problem that has significant implications for the economy and the individual performance of American companies. Gallup’s research shows that employee engagement remains flat when left unmanaged.”
-2013 “State of the American Worker” Report by Gallup
Leaders partner with me to raise the bar in employee engagement and performance.
To develop happily working teams.
If you are the leader who gets it-that performance and employee engagement are key to the success of your organization and team.
If you are ready to get your team to the next level of performance and engagement, you are in the right place!
If you value employee happiness, you found an advisor to support your needs and identify performance and engagement solutions.
If to you running around putting out fires is time consuming, a sucker of good energy and not value added!
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Employee Engagement and Performance:
It is vital to have a high performing team who is also engaged. Right? After all, it has been well established that having employees who are not engaged or high performing lead to problems such as down time, low morale, breakdown of teamwork and poor customer service. These result in financial losses as well as emotional pains.
“The world’s top-performing organizations understand that employee engagement is a force that drives performance outcomes. In the best organizations, engagement is more than a human resources initiative — it is a strategic foundation for the way they do business.
Organizations with high levels of employee engagement have 2.6 times the earnings per share (EPS) growth rate compared to organizations with lower engagement in the same industry.” (Gallup)
Employee performance may be related to numerous factors within the workplace, such as overall job satisfaction, knowledge, and management. However, there is a definite relationship between training and performance, as training programs can address numerous problems that relate to poor performance. Best yet, a solid training program engages employees, helps to prevent employees from making mistakes and taking too long to complete a task.
When we commit and invest time and resources to retain key talent it is a beautiful endeavor which saves time and focuses energy and resources on the right approaches vs. fire fighting.