Engagement takes center stage in this issue. It influences hiring, retention, productivity, and pretty much anything else related to a company function. In short, it’s critical to the well-being of any organization. In the feature article in this issue (“How to Motivate Employees: Look Beyond Money”), Valerie M. Grubb writes about the importance of engagement but says that the way to cultivate it is not by opening the wallet: “Money can buy a lot of things, but it can’t buy everything.
Also in this issue:
- How to Improve Leadership through Stories
- 5 Key Strategies for Developing New Managers
- How to Unlock More Value From the NonTraditional Workforce
- And more...
In “The Positive Value of Employee Attachment,” Cecile Alper-Leroux writes, “By ignoring or failing to address issues tied to humans’ deep need for attachments, companies lose opportunities to enhance connectedness and synergy within their organizations.” By recognizing how valuable it is for employees to share their experiences with each other and build connections, this increases the engagement needed to improve their work. And in “The Reverse Performance Review,” Jeff Miller presents a technique for managers to obtain information that can help them increase their employees’ engagement and therefore their performance too.
When employees aren’t engaged, they don’t do their jobs well. And when they don’t do their jobs well, the entire organization suffers. Don’t let this happen to you! Call us today to find out how we can help your company improve its employees’ engagement and any other issues that can affect staffing—and your organization’s success.
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