The engaged employee

Find out the five great distractions that you think will increase employee engagement but actually makes it worse.

How to keep people flourishing whatever the weather

The correlation between how employees feel and how a company performs is now beyond question. Even more significantly, employee engagement is a strong predictor of future financial performance.

Mind Gym has conducted a literature review of over 30 independent academic studies and consulted leading businesses, to outline what’s going wrong and what can be done about it.

To build enduring engagement:

  • Senior leaders need to share a compelling story about where the business is going and how it will get there, so people choose to believe
  • Managers need to build trust, care and not shy away from performance enhancing conversations
  • Individual employees need to have ‘yes’ in their heart, or at least their head

To discover more about how to build engagement that lasts, whatever the financial weather, you can download our white paper for free.

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