We’re “all in” when it comes to advances in measurement methodology and reporting. The key, as with any evolving discipline, is not forgetting why we measure in the first place – or what to do with what we get.
Aligning individual aspirations with the constant pressure of organizational expectations can be a daunting task. For many managers, it can feel like two jobs in one. However, the three simple steps we review can go a long way to demystifying the process and creating a more engaging and productive team culture.
Engagement happens when organizational and individual paths to success meet and employees are able to experience maximum satisfaction from their jobs while contributing at a maximum level to the team and organization’s goals. You can see this in an organization when more employees are having “great days at work.”
This research paper will explore the need for organizations and managers to think differently about career and the important link between career and engagement.
This 60-minute recorded webinar explores key engagement research and explores ways to help your employees have more Great Days at Work.
High employee engagement is a key objective for many organizations. But what distinguishes companies that are great at engagement, from those who are simply average? This paper will explore what distinguishes highly engaged organizations from organizations with average and low levels of engagement, as defined on the two main axes of the BlessingWhite’s employee engagement model – satisfaction and contribution.
The zone is that place of high productivity – when everything else around you falls away and you are extremely focused on the task at hand. From a work perspective, we think about that zone as a place of high engagement and we believe that when you are there, you are not only highly productive but also highly satisfied personally.