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What does employee engagement, its dynamics and triggers, look like from the viewpoint of 6,000 organizational psychologists? And, more importantly, what can managers learn from it?
First off, let’s agree on what engagement means. A recent white paper by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) described three key components of work engagement:
As you’re well aware, managers play a big role in employee engagement, which in turn can accelerate or stunt business growth.
The white paper authors call out a handful of antecedents (think of them as key ingredients) of work engagement, and their outcomes:
What does that mean in everyday, actionable terms?
Below is a list of ways managers can improve employment engagement in their workplace:
Are any of these surprising or novel ideas? No, they’re not.
But are they practiced in most organizations? Sadly, that answer is also “no.”
What do you already know to be true, but have a hard time implementing in your organization?
Comment below or drop us a note. We’ll be glad to share what we’ve learned from working with organizations like yours.