Stifling Employee Engagement
“When people are financially invested, they want a return. When people are emotionally invested, they want to contribute.” — Simon Sinek
By Elizabeth Stincelli, DM
Employees want to be challenged, to have control over their work tasks, and have the opportunity to continue increasing their knowledge and skill set. When employees feel fully engaged they become emotionally committed to working hard in the best interest of the organization.
Are You Stifling Employee Engagement?
Do the employees throughout your organization know that they share in the success of the organization? If you want your employees to do more than just show up to work, you must consciously develop a culture that engages them in their work and shows appreciation for the contributions they make to the success of the organization. Watch out for these management behaviors that stifle employee engagement.
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