Neary two-thirds of all employees are disengaged at work. Your job as a manager is to improve the discretionary effort of an employee. Get tips on how to enhance your employees’ desire to perform better.
- Whether you call it engagement, motivation,…or something else,…one key job of a manager is improving…what's known as discretionary effort…on the part of an employee.…Basically, that means your job…is to enhance your employee's desire to perform better.…I cover this topic in great detail…in my course on engaging employees,…but let me share with you a few highlights with you here.…
According to Gallup, roughly 2/3 of employees…are disengaged, and that costs US companies…some $500 billion annually in lost productivity.…Gallup also says there's 51% less…turnover with engaged employees.…It also has a cost on those employees and their families.…The reality is half of your employees at the company…are more engaged than the other half.…
Over time, a lack of engagement affects…employee performance and the bottom line.…Numerous factors influence employee engagement,…including their pay, the work being done,…the amount of work, team members,…and of course the boss.…Let me share a few engagement ideas…you can put to good use.…
In this course, join HR expert Don Phin as he shares strategies for creating a culture that encourages high performance as well as best practices for improving employee performance in the modern workplace. Don covers techniques for setting clear expectations, delegating tasks, and managing remote workers. He also explains how to get to the root of poor employee performance and coach both high-performing and low-performing employees.
- Clarifying goals and expectations
- Establishing a culture of execution
- Improving your work environment
- Key time management principles
- Managing remote workers
- Recognizing and rewarding employees
- Leveraging performance management tools