With few exceptions, all leaders agree: highly engaged employees outperformed poorly engaged employees. Yet despite the research, the surveys and the focus on engagement, most senior teams report being frustrated at the lack of progress when it comes to building a culture of engagement.
BlessingWhite has been helping organizations for over 40 years to make engagement a concept that is practical, applicable, and one that resonates with managers and individual contributors alike.
In this section we will be sharing with you our approach, tools and methodologies for measuring engagement, articulating the concepts across the organization, clarifying accountabilities related to engagement and finally, making a meaningful and sustained impact on people's commitment to the success of the enterprise... and their own personal success at the same time.
Our most successful employee engagement initiatives use a multi-faceted approach:
Employee Engagement is an individualized equation. What might engage one person will be a frustration to their colleague next door. Half the team loves social events but the other half find them a bore. Some crave public recognition and some shun it. Some hope for a promotion and a chance to prove themselves while others are breaking under an unbearable workload. So how do we help engage a diverse workforce?
This is one of the biggest challenges for managers and executives alike. BlessingWhite solutions are designed to dig down to the individual level, improving dialogue and action that helps each individual connect with the goals of the organization and put her or his skills to work.