Leaders mistakenly believe that to truly engage employees, you need to invest a lot of money. Roberta Matuson shares ideas on low-cost ways leaders can show their employees they are highly valued.
- Have you ever noticed how excited people get…when you bring in donuts or pizza…after they've worked really hard on a project?…They're not excited because they're hungry for free food,…they're excited because they're hungry for recognition.…It's the small things that get big results…in terms of employee engagement,…and there are dozens of ways to do that…without breaking your budget.…Here are some ideas to get you started.…Send a handwritten note to each of your people,…telling them specifically what you value most about them.…
I get it, no one sends handwritten notes these days.…Well that's exactly why this is such a great idea.…And to make it even better, send the note to their home.…Just think of what a wonderful surprise that will be,…one they'll share with family and friends,…which will give them even more validation.…Next, make sure your part-time workers…feel like part of the team.…As a manager, your goal is to make sure everyone's engaged.…Invite part-time workers to participate in company meetings.…
- What motivates and engages today's employees
- The three types of employees
- How managers can engage employees
- Building a magnetic culture
- Creating lifelong connections with employees