Corporate Culture can always be improved. Failing to deliver a comprehensive and engaging company culture can have a dramatic impact on the work that every…
With these ideas in mind, what are some employee engagement strategies, and how can leadership best leverage them to gather workforce feedback and improve organizational culture?
Understanding your employees roadblocks to their current goals helps you support them to be successful and productive with their work efforts. Employees that are continuously facing red tape, bureaucracy, and adversity, without any support, can easily feel demotivated.
Knowing your employees as people, what they want in life, and their aspirations, helps you best identify opportunities that can move them towards it. Employees will feel more engaged if they feel as they are growing and have a chance to progress towards their greater career goals.
Having a digital communication tool that aggregates theses insights for management will help best action it, and also drive more meaningful conversations.
Using this intelligence, we can use very disparate data sets to identify what is top of mind and what will have the biggest impact. We can also combine data sets so that we can take organizational, group, team, and individual views about the workplace to the various insights.
Having studied high-performance workplace cultures in great depth, it’s evident that human connection and knowing your workforce as people is critical as it drives a trusting, and open, environment.
Of course, while data and digital tools are great to bring forward insights, they are best when they support better, more meaningful conversations and interactions between managers and employees. It’s important to view employee feedback mechanisms as essential complements to, but not as a substitution for, sustained interpersonal interaction.