Engagement Weekly: Increasing Employee Happiness
Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look into why employee engagement should start from the bottom up, how employee engagement relates to employee well-being and why engagement needs to go back to the basics with tactics such as respect and appreciation.
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1. 5 Ways Women Tend to Be More Engaging Bosses
Entrepreneur.com – According to a recent Gallup study, both male and female employees with female bosses report higher engagement levels than from male bosses. Read more
2. Why You Should Treat Your Employees Like Your Most Loyal Customers
FastCompany.com – Don’t be afraid to use applications, social media and other helpful technology tools to better employee engagement within your organization. Read More
3. 3 Keys to Successful Employee Engagement
Inc.com – Employee engagement revolves around effective management, transparency and collaboration. Read More
4. The Best Employee Engagement Strategy Is From the Bottom Up
Forbes.com – Managers can increase employee engagement when they make an engagement action plan with employees. Read More
5. #TChat Recap: How Employee Engagement Empowers the Employer Brand
TalentCulture.com – Organizational brand messaging directly relates to engagement when employees believe in and promote an authentic company culture. Read More
6. Seven Best Practices for Engaging Your People
Itagroup.com- Employee engagement can also heavily influence employee well-being. Read More
7. Do You Know the Secret to Happy Employees?
CMSwire.com – With HR leaders facing major employee retention issues, managers need to go back to the intangible basics, like appreciation, respect and career growth to increase employee engagement. Read More
8. Crisis of Confidence: 9 Uncertainties That Affect Employee Engagement
QuantumWorkplace.com – According to the 2015 Employee Engagement Trends Report, there are nine areas where employees lack confidence in their organization. Read More
9. The Top Complaints From Employees About Their Leaders
HBR.org – Communication issues is the big reason why leaders are ineffective at work according to the Interact/Harris poll. Read More
10. Great Managers Can Fix Broken Performance Management Systems
Gallup.com – When managers are talented, motivated and caring—it can help boost employee productivity. Read More
I find the first link about women tend to be a more engaging bosses interesting; I always assume male bosses are the ones who are always more engaging. The list helped – thank you!