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What is Employee Engagement?
It is the collective level of intellectual and emotional commitment employees have toward their work and organization.
Why is Employee Engagement so important?
Despite, and in spite of, the economic downturn and high levels of unemployment, there is an alarming level of discontent in the workplace. People are being expected to do the work of displaced colleagues, leadership is under extreme pressure to do more with less resources and all of this is resulting in melting pot of discontent. This manifests itself in people generally doing just enough to get by or looking for alternative employment. Both of these are huge financial drains on an organization at a time when they can least afford it. In fact independent research is supporting this as follows:
The affect to this alarming development is a lack of Employee Engagement. New England Coaching proposes the following strategy to proactively help to address this business epidemic.
Our Employee Engagement Program involves all or some of the following:
Phase 1: Conduct a survey across the population identified (group, department, division, company wide) to assess current levels of engagement (see below).
Phase 2: Review and analyze the data output using multiple view points and determine appropriate action plans
Phase 3: As appropriate, provide a developmental program that builds upon the three Engagement Improvement Pillars of Motivation Fit (Why), Emotional Intelligence (How) and Coaching Skills (What).
Phase 4: After a period of time conduct a follow up survey to assess the level of change in engagement.
Client needs can be customized based on their unique circumstances, needs and budget.
The Engagement Survey does the following:
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