Developing your staff goes beyond delivering of workshops and trainings
As an organisation grows many of them ignore the development of their staff, which has further negative impact on the business. An easy way to ensure that your organisation keeps performance up is through employee engagement.
“Engaged Employee” is one who is fully absorbed, enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organisation’s reputation and interests. This leads to positive impact on the revenues and profits of the organisation.
Some reasons for having employee engagement:
- Companies with the most effective employee communication have 47% higher shareholder returns over the last five years – (Towers Watson, 2010)
- Businesses with more engaged employees have 51% higher productivity – (Harter, J.K., Schmidt, F.L., & HayesT.L., Psychology, 2002 Vol. 87, No. 2)
- Highly engaged employees have less absence days – in average 3,5 days – compared to not engaged employees – (Gallup Germany, 2011)
- Organizations with engaged employees showed a 19% increase in operating income over a 12-month period, compared to a 33% decrease in companies with disengaged employees -(Towers Perrin, 2008)
“Employee Engagement” involves a combination of numerous interactive sessions such as:
- Workshops and trainings
- Coaching in groups
- Coaching one to one
- Brown bag sessions
- Micro workshops and trainings
- Surgery slots