The Business of Engagement
Personal Group has always been curious about the connection between happy and engaged employees and its influence on productivity and business performance. So we conducted a series of interviews with 10 UK CEO’s and business leaders, over a 12-month period, to test our hypothesis that happy employees are more engaged employees, and therefore more productive.
Improving Productivity Through People
UK unemployment is the lowest it’s been for a decade and yet national productivity remains flat. Our interest in the subject of productivity led us to collaborate with Criticaleye and Debi O’Donovan (Founder of Rewards and Employee Benefits Association) to conduct a series of 10 interviews with CEO’s and senior leaders across the UK economy. The purpose was to see if these leaders shared our view that productivity and employee engagement are linked.
The Value of Employee Engagement
The business impact of employee engagement can be transformational. Learn which strategies our 10 UK business leaders are using to get employees emotionally invested in their work and willing to go the extra mile to get the job done.
The Unengaged Workforce
Organisational trust is at an all-time low, despite being a prerequisite for employee engagement. The current lack of trust and consequent disengagement between employers and employees can have devastating consequences for the productivity levels of a business. Find out how our 10 UK business leaders are overcoming disengagement.
Are Surveys Enough?
Engagement surveys very often fail to boost employee happiness and, consequently have little positive impact on productivity levels. Discover how our 10 business leaders ensure their engagement surveys make an impact on business performance.
Getting the Right Culture
Employee Engagement is an approach to work that involves business leaders creating, embedding and living and breathing a workplace culture that motivates employees to perform at their best. Learn how these 10 business leaders have built a culture which boosts productivity levels and the bottom line of the organisation.
The Role of the Leader
These business leaders fully understand that they are only as good as their people, and that their success as leader is judged on their ability to engage with, and listen to, their most valuable assets.
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