Why is employee engagement important? Top quartile business units in employee engagement deliver:
However, 65%+ of U.S. workers are not engaged at work (source Gallup, February 2017).
All too often we're taking a one-size-fits-all approach to management and as the numbers suggest, we're losing out on a lot of potential productivity, customer loyalty, and PROFIT.
It's not hard to drive up employee engagement, but it requires being thoughtful and, initially, it feels like more effort. But the effort produces far greater results. Read the article from Harvard Business Review on "What Great Managers Do" and if you're interested in having a facilitated discussion around what your managers can do to be great leaders, hire one of our Certified LEAP Coaches to present the full content and help you Accelerate Your Leadership.
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Lynda Silsbee is Founder and President of the Alliance for Leadership Acceleration. She has spent more than 30 years creating and leading high performance teams. Along with the other LEAP Certified Coaches, she reports that helping managers make the LEAP to leader is one of the most fulfilling aspects of her work.