I’m sure you’ve heard it many times before but I’ll repeat it for the sake of context…
Communication is key when you want people to change
But in contrast…
Communication is an area that is most frequently complained about by employees
Clearly there is a gap!
When trying to drive increased business success, organsations tend to concentrate on technological innovation, but the secret to sustained improvement and success is the continued development of leadership behaviours within the company that delivers the Leadership Behavioural Change that drives this. Our Leadership Development Programme addresses this issue, and is a programme aimed at the development of an organisations Leadership, competencies and skills at all levels.
It should be simple: pay people fairly, treat them well, give them meaningful work, and they'll be loyal and productive employees for years to come.
The best thing that can happen to people at work is to experience flow.
Flow at work happens when you are completely involved in what you are doing.
When you’re in a state of flow, you know what needs to be done and how well you are doing. You have the skills and tools to get the job done and you are able to thoroughly focus. Needless to say, flow results in higher employee engagement and productivity.
You’ve probably heard of employee satisfaction and employee engagement, but what’s the difference? A satisfied employee is happy with their job, but an engaged employee feels invested in the organization, is motivated to perform at their best, and goes above and beyond to contribute to the organization’s goals.
Here are four ways employee engagement translates to business success.