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Engagement is easy, committing to engagement is hard

Doing something once isn’t such a big deal. Committing to something and showing up, again and again, is when you really start to make something happen.

There are a few ways to really commit to employee engagement.

–        Routine check-ins with employees

–        Anonymous workplace happiness surveys

–        Fun rewards for employees that share helpful feedback with management

–        Ongoing games that encourage employees to prove their engagement (try not to call it a competition as this can create a negative connotation) 

When it comes to improving employee engagement, managers must create an environment that encourages employees to continue showing up for themselves. Once there’s a sense of momentum, you’ll see performance and productivity begin to soar.

Develop more strategies with our Great Engagement: Engage and Mobilize Employees Training Program.

For more information and to register:

Your organization may be eligible for up to two-thirds of the training cost through the Canada Job Grant program.