Designing an Employee Experience that Results in Engagement
In a July article, Gallup suggested the Great Resignation is the result of disengaged workers. The attribution problem has gotten momentum because when new hires discover they’ve joined a disengaged team, they don’t stay long. Gallup’s findings made it clear that businesses need to become more intentional about the employee experience they provide. Consequently, this month’s Growth Notes highlights how to create the kind of experience that will engage your most valuable talent.
Creating an Authentic, Personalized Employee Experience
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Workers are hungry for trust, social cohesion, and purpose. They want to feel that their contributions are recognized and that their team is truly collaborative. They desire clear responsibilities and opportunities to learn and grow. They expect their personal sense of purpose to align with that of their organization. And they want an appropriate physical and digital environment that gives them the flexibility to achieve that elusive work–life balance. Read More>
Why the Employee Experience at Your Company Matters in 2021
Your employees wield a lot of power because they can influence whether your company succeeds or fails in the future. In other words, they can choose to become either growth partners or growth inhibitors—and the kind of experience they have at your business will have much to do with which direction they go. Read More>
4 Things Gen Z and Millennials Expect from Their Workplace
The millennial generation is unique in its desire for leaders who are open and transparent. This may be because many of them entered the workforce during the 2008 financial crisis -- the result, in part, of subprime mortgages bundled to look much better than they were. As a result, millennials in their 30s may have more of a "trust but verify" approach to corporate positivity. If you have a lot of millennials in your organization, they may want more facts, data and third-party validation to feel confident in your leadership. Read More>
How Employee Engagement Happens
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How can so many business leaders devote themselves to improving employee engagement, yet so few succeed at it? Is there some hidden secret to winning the hearts and minds of employees? If so, who controls it? What exactly is it that keeps good, talented people from completely engaging in their roles? Learn More>
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