Employee Engagement is a two way street

Are your managers and employees walking in different directions? Many employers still adamantly believe that you are either an engaged individual or you’re not, but this is not the case. Enjoying your job is not the same as being engaged while working and employee engagement is very much a two way street. Yes individuals are […]

Infographic: The case for Employee Engagement

Engage for Success is a movement committed to the idea that there is a better way to work, a better way to enable personal growth, organisational growth and ultimately growth for Britain by releasing more of the capability and potential of people at work.

Top ten tips to kick start employee engagement in 2013

As the start of another potentially tough year dawns, employee input and overall engagement levels can drop as the Christmas cheer wears off. However, the first few weeks of the new year are valuable to an organisation and, if approached correctly, can have an impact on the company’s success and help provide a vital head […]

10 tips to put the Christmas sparkle into employee engagement

As the end of another tough year approaches, input and overall employee engagement levels can begin to wane as the business gradually winds down. However, the weeks leading up to Christmas can be extremely valuable to an organisation and, if approached correctly, can have a real impact on the company’s success in future months by […]

Better management key to improving Employee Engagement

I stumbled across the following infographic by Salesforce.com which I feel demonstrates the importance of better line management in improving employee engagement levels and the subsequent impact that can have on performance. The key point for me being that there is a direct correlation between employee engagement and business performance.

Employee Engagement for dummies – what is it and how do I improve it?

After five years of recession and almost zero growth, staff have little confidence or reason for optimism. Tight financial policies, with minimal staff numbers, long hours and virtually no pay rises are now the norm. Nobody yet believes they can see ‘the light at the end of the tunnel’, so why should staff continue to […]