Employee Engagement

The importance of engaged employees

When people flourish, so do the organisations they work for. Conversely, demotivated employees can hold businesses back. So, an effective employee engagement strategy is essential.

 

The Challenge

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Understanding engagement levels between teams and departments

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Understanding what areas would be best to direct engagement initiatives

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Establishing the levels of engagement within an organisation

How we can help

Running a health check for your organisation can help you to establish the current levels of engagement within the workforce and identify actions for making any necessary improvements.

The Thomas Engage model can help you to identify the following factors:

  • Your employees' strengths
  • Your employees' vulnerabilities
  • Levels of engagement by group
  • A benchmark against other UK organisations
  • Actions to address vulnerabilities
  • Your organisational well-being factor
  • Management styles operating within your organisation

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How we can help

Engaging productive employees

Running a health check for your organisation can help you to establish the current levels of engagement within the workforce and identify actions for making any necessary improvements.

Create an engagement strategy

Understanding your engagement levels and how your employees behave, are motivated and how they manage relationships will enable you to create employee engagement strategies that are personal, and more effective.

Reap the benefits

Thomas Engage's practical, solutions-led approach facilitates the provocative thoughts and critical conversations required to effect long-term, sustainable engagement and consequently deliver potential benefits such as higher productivity, improved staff commitment, better wellbeing and increased revenues and profits.

The concept of engagement has been discussed extensively by both psychologists and HR/L&D practitioners for the best part of 25 years; developing from a purely role-focused model to new models incorporating the psychological and social contexts of the workplace.

In the workplace, measuring engagement can be complex as it is made up of a number of different drivers, each contributing to the overall level of engagement, including the relationships employees have, the role that they do and the rewards they receive.

An engaged person will have high levels of energy at work, a commitment to deliver, will thrive on the challenge their work brings, and take pride in what they do. They will most likely feel positive, fulfilled, inspired and motivated which in turn drives overall productivity and therefore the success of the business as a whole. Engagement at work will also influence how long an employee is likely to stay within an organisation.

Once you’ve got an understanding of engagement levels in your business, you can build on this to ensure you have engaged employees who are more productive, drive the bottom line and inspire company innovation.

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