Presentation on theme: "Employee Engagement Does the HR infrastructure (compensation program, communication program etc) at your department support employee engagement? Does a."— Presentation transcript:
1 Employee EngagementDoes the HR infrastructure (compensation program, communication program etc) at your department support employee engagement?Does a committed employee necessarily engaged?
2 What is employee engagement? A psychological state in which employees feel a vested interest in the company’s success and are both willing and motivated to perform to levels that exceed the stated job requirements.Engagement fosters and drives discretionary behavior, eliciting employees’ highest productivity, their best ideas and their genuine commitment to the success of the organization.
3 Strategies for Employee Engagement Employee Engagement is achieved through relationships, business values and empowerment.Basic-level engagement is about developing authentic, meaningful, emotionally-healthy relationships between team-members and the business.When we are happily connected we can naturally deliver results -- and we have the potential to become interested in what our employer’s business is doing.To attain an authentic connection we need to be empowered with autonomy and voice. When we have these we can invest our character into what we do -- we can also attain relative personal-growth effectively.
4 With more freedom and the flexibility to express ourselves, we begin to develop interest with the potential for exponential growth.Essential for the most effective employee engagement: We develop a culture steeped in the business’ values and goals. It’s allows us to let go of the reigns a little. And creates the biggest potential for a mutually-rewarding result.
5 Engagement Defined Enjoys the job 196019802000TIMESatisfactionMotivationCommitmentEngagementMoraleEnjoys the jobIs not dissatisfied with terms and conditionsNot necessarily a team playerStrives to achieve personal goalsContributes energeticallyValues achieving personal goals more than team/ organizational goalsLoyal to organization, optimistic for the futureCollaborates to achieve team goalsHas a sense of belonging to organizationProactively seeks opportunities to serve the mission of the organizationWilling to go the “extra mile”Is willing to withhold criticism and/or be constructively critical for the good of the organization
6 Key Drivers of Employee Engagement Although there are some country-specific drivers, a consistent set of engagement drivers is emerging globallyEmployeeEngagement2007The work itself, including opportunities to developConfidence and trust in leadershipRewards & recognitionCommunication