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Connecting Engagement and Performance Data to Organizational KPIs

7.28.20 by Shane McFeely
Employee Engagement, Performance Management, Research & Trends

HR leaders know that engaged and happy employees are better for their organization. Yet, employee engagement is not always considered a top indicator of organizational performance. Nor is it thought of as a key performance indicator (KPI) for the entire organization.

 

The value of...

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How to Communicate Employee Engagement Survey Results

7.23.20 by Kristin Ryba
Employee Engagement, Employee Surveys

You’ve surveyed your employees and the results are in. Now what?

 

The first step after an employee engagement survey is communicating the results to your employees. This is one of the most important steps of the survey process.

 

Communicate well and you can inspire participation and buy-in for...

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Keeping Tenured Employees Engaged: How Tenure Impacts Engagement

7.16.20 by Kristin Ryba
Employee Engagement, Employee Lifecycle

New employees usually start off highly engaged. But after the first year employee engagement can significantly drop. This trend is what we call the “tenure curve.”

 

This phenomenon matters because experienced and talented employees are highly valuable. Organizations put a lot of time and money...

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New Manager Tips: 4 Things HR Can Do to Empower First-Time Leaders

7.9.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Employee Engagement, Managers & Leaders

Managers are one of the most important factors affecting employee engagement. Yet, according to our research, two-thirds of new managers do not receive manager training.

 

Unfortunately, hiring and promoting new managers doesn’t mean they are automatically ready to lead. New managers need...

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How to Create an Effective Employee Engagement Action Plan

7.2.20 by Kristin Ryba
Employee Engagement, Employee Surveys
You’ve just completed your company’s annual employee engagement survey . Now what? 

 

Too often, the results of the survey come in, but it’s unclear who is responsible for them and how they will be acted on. As a result, nothing happens and employee engagement remains stagnant or, even worse,...

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The Check In Meeting: Making the Most of Employee Check-Ins

6.25.20 by Kristin Ryba
Performance Management, Managers & Leaders

Many organizations have come to understand the value of continuous one-on-one meetings. But it can be difficult to strike the right balance between frequent feedback and micromanaging.

 

When done well, the check-in meeting can set the foundation for healthy manager-employee relationships and...

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