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How do you create an engaged workforce where employees are focused on achieving the organisation’s objectives?
Creating engaged employees
Wouldn’t it be great to have an organisation where it’s employees work together to achieve its objectives? We can help you build such an organisation by
- Creating and sustaining effective Leadership
- Developing business unit, teams and individual objectives that link to the overall strategic objectives
- Creating career pathways through the organisation
- Focus on how you recruit, induct and train your employees
- Create an effective communication program within your organisation
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How to Engage Employees
To build an engaged workforce you have to look at all the components that impact your employees. We can help you build an engaged workforce by working through the various sections in this diagram.
Leadership, Career Pathways & Communication Strategies
How do you create the Leaders within your organisation? Have they been your star performers that you promoted into manager roles? What education, coaching and role modelling have you provided your managers? Do your managers emulate the desired culture of the organisation?
If not, let us show you how you can educate, coach and develop your managers to become the leaders you desire in your organisation.
Organisations are much flatter and leaner than years ago and often employees don’t understand how they gain the set of skills and experience they need to progress through the organisation. Creating a matrix that analyses the roles by level, technical skills, behavioural skills and experience required will enable an organisation to articulate to their employees how they can take control of their career and develop skills and behaviours that will help them progress.
Retaining experienced employees within your organisation builds your corporate knowledge and organisational strength.
Communication within organisations needs to be multi-dimensional. Often time is spent in creating fantastic presentations and marketing material for employees to relay information to employees, however they tend to be a top down approach to communication with limited opportunity for the employees to provide honest feedback. Effective communication is letting your employees know what is happening in the organisation as well as having communication channels open to hear what your employees have to say.
How effective is your organisation in the following areas
- How do you obtain feedback from all levels in your organisation?
- Do you create forums where you ask for open and honest feedback – and receive it
- How do you create and promote your good news stories that occur within the organisation?
- How do you treat the syncs in your organisation – the vocal ones who appear to be constantly criticising the organisation?
- How does the decisions that are made at the executive level filter down to your employees?
Let us help you create effective communication strategies within your organisation.
Looking at an organisation’s strategic objectives and tying this into position descriptions, goals and objectives, performance management, remuneration structures and career development practices help people understand how they fit into the organisation. Employees are much more effective and productive if they feel that they are contributing to something – and helping build something.
In addition to this, weaving in the organisations culture into these practices will create a more engaging environment for your employees. How you recruit and induct your employees is where you start to set the scene of your organisation with your people. Making this process engaging and enlightening is important.
Let us show you how you can do this.