Many of us have experienced that moment – the moment when the excitement of a new job or new role begins to wane and we feel less than enthusiastic about going to work every day – that is the engagement decline.
For years, the business world’s approach to managing employee engagement has been out to lunch.
The source of engagement has nothing to do with breaking bread (or bread sticks) and everything to do with the extent to which trust, values and mission actually inspire and drive daily activities and interactions.
Tell employees it’s up to them to find their own engagement, and up to you to encourage and support them in doing so. Be honest about what needs to get done for your team to succeed, and the fact that it won’t all be fun.
And teach employees to troubleshoot their own engagement issues. Help them to work toward what they most enjoy even as they perform their jobs well today.
It takes a great entrepreneur with a great vision to start a business, but it takes a collaboration of many people to make it a success. That's where leadership comes in as a key ingredient, to drive the collaborative process to make the whole team better than the sum of the parts.
Via Peter Verschuere
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