Loyal and satisfied employees are the foundation of successful business performance, particularly as organizations increasingly look to their employees to drive productivity gains and stir innovation. Yet, new research shows employee loyalty slipping worldwide. The importance of building and rebuilding employee loyalty is paramount for organizations that want to retain their top talent and avoid the high costs associated with high turnover. In this white paper, we offer 10 strategies to foster employee engagement and motivation.
"Have you ever caught yourself assuming that all Millennials are active athletes and all Baby Boomers are more sedentary? By making generalizations about employee health goals based on age groups, you risk misunderstanding your employees and their wellness goals. View this webinar and see how you can:
* Manage your wellness program by defining your workforce according to personas
* Motivate each employee based on fitness goals - regardless of their generation
* Increase engagement with targeted communication and attractive incentives
Are performance reviews more time consuming than useful? Do your employees and your organization actually benefit from them? Well they should, and if done right, they will.
You will learn how reviews can:
- Motivate managers and employees
- Create better managers (not better reviewers)
- Improve team performance
- Contribute to organizational knowledge
The dreaded annual performance review: whether you’re on the giving or receiving end, it can be an uncomfortable experience for both managers and employees. But it doesn’t have to be.
See how great organizations use reviews to:
• Motivate employees
• Increase employee productivity
• Create an on-going dialog between employees and managers
• Support overall organizational goals
Being a manager is hard. Being a great manager is even harder. Learn simple things you can do as a manager to increase performance from both individuals and teams.
Simple strategies like:
• Talk less, listen more
• Play to your (and your team's) strengths
• Manage teams, not individuals
• Accentuate the positive
Tracking employee performance is tough enough, but doing it with spreadsheets is a nightmare. It’s time consuming, error-prone and everyone in the organization suffers. And after all that hard work, what do you end up with:
• Incomplete or useless employee reviews
• No real organizational insight
• A headache
Want a better performing team? Of course you do.
In business, you rely on the successful performance of teams, but performance reviews only look at the strengths and weaknesses of individuals. How do you bridge the gap?
If you want a better performing team, then review them as just that…a team.
When you do you can:
• See the whole team picture
• Drive better team performance
• Determine how individual contributions drive team success
Whether you're just getting started or taking your business to the next level, paper-based performance reviews are not the way to go.
When you have limited HR resources it probably seems easier to print off forms than sign up for software, but that pile of paper will cost you more in the long run… Get smart with your performance management, embrace technology you'll be able to:
• Easily track progress and make sure everyone completes their reviews
• Collect up to date, reliable information
• Review teams as teams
• Collect feedback via self-assessments, 360 degree and manager reviews