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There's a lot of nonsense talked about employee engagement and a lot of people think you can get it be throwing a few incentives around. They're wrong.

Ultimately employee engagement is simply a choice. It's a choice between how you want your organisation to thrive.

So ask yourself - do you want to engage your people or eliminate your people? It's up to you.

There's a lot of nonsense talked about employee engagement and a lot of people think you can get it be throwing a few incentives around. They're wrong.

Ultimately employee engagement is simply a choice. It's a choice between how you want your organisation to thrive.

So ask yourself - do you want to engage your people or eliminate your people? It's up to you.

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Bridging the employee engagement gap

  1. Glenn Elliott Founder & CEO Reward Gateway Bridging the employee engagement gap
  2. 71%of executives rank employee engagement as very important to achieving organisational success 24%of the same executives said their employees were highly engaged.
  3. (that’s the engagement gap)
  4. but what is employee engagement?
  5. “unlocking discretionary effort” “reducing attrition” “happiness at work”
  6. We’ve known for years that organisations who understand employee engagement thrive
  7. There are three key reasons why organisations who understand employee engagement thrive
  8. Engaged employees make better decisions because they understand more 2 Engaged employees are more productive because they like or love what they are doing 3 Engaged employees innovate more because they want their organisation to succeed 1
  9. engaged employees choose the hard path when it is right for their organisation
  10. employee engagement is becoming essential
 for more and more organisations. Here’s why.
  11. Do you remember
 when this
 was the standard we all strived for?
  12. Does my customer love me? But now the best companies with the most ambition or the toughest markets, they’re asking this
  13. We used to ask about this….
  14. “What is my lifetime customer value”
  15. And now we think about this >>>
  16. How much is my customer selling for me?selling
  17. As we worry about this…
  18. or how much business is my customer losing me?
  19. Dharmesh Shah Co-founder of Hubspot @dharmesh This smart guy coined his own word, and a whole business around it. 
 “Delightion”
  20. Delightion - noun
 
 A feeling of strong happiness or satisfaction, to the point that you rave about the provider of the event that led to that feeling
  21. And this is urgent because in an increasing social word, our customers have more power than ever before.
  22. And my point is this..
  23. how can you possibly create customer love
 if you only have employee satisfaction?
  24. technology is both the driver and the potential solution. technology is driving urgency
  25. technology enables business to move faster the internet drives business speed faster pace means increased innovation increased innovation means tougher competition
  26. in the future, only two types of organisations
 are going to thrive
  27. those
 that
 Eliminate
 their
 people those
 that
 Engage
 their 
 people
  28. Engagement is a choice Once an organisation has chosen engagement it can inspire and influence it’s people to choose engagement too.
  29. you can’t engage people in your business and purpose by giving them life insurance, medical insurance or stuffing them with any other bonus, perk or bribe.
  30. employee engagement needs a broader approach
  31. Open & Honest Communication Pay & Benefits Purpose, Meaning and Values Wellbeing L&D Leadership Management Recognition Job Design Pay & Benefits Wellbeing Workspace
  32. With case studies from McKinsey to McDonalds,
 The Engagement Bridge is published by Wiley in fall 2016
  33. www.glennelliott.me
  34. www.glennelliott.me
 @glennelliott
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