Top Three Ways Leaders Engage Employees Every Day

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Employees who believe that management is concerned about them as a whole person – not just an employee – are more productive, more satisfied, more fulfilled. Satisfied employees mean satisfied customers, which leads to profitability. Anne M. Mulcahy

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As a manager, dealing with employees who lack enthusiasm for their jobs or don’t feel connected to the company is a big hurdle. Here are three things you can do daily to engage your people:

  • Facilitate progress. Employees feel engaged when they make headway toward objectives. Provide clear goals and resources to support their progress.
  • Make work meaningful. Your company doesn’t need a lofty mission to make employees care. They simply need to see how their actions contribute to company value, like a service or product.
  • Reward and recognize. Don’t wait for milestones. Show appreciation every day for the work your employees do.

Adapted from “What Your Boss Needs to Know About Engagement” by Teresa Amabile and Steve Kramer.

via  Harvard Business Review.

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Jim Woods is president of The Jim Woods Group. A management consulting firm. Go here to see his work www.jimwoodsgroup.com. He advises and speaks to organizations large and small on how to increase top line growth in times of uncertainty and complexity. Some of his speaking and consulting clients include: U.S. Army, MITRE Corporation, Pitney Bowes, Whirlpool, and 3M. See more at his website www.jimwoodsgroup.com.

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