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The First Step To Improving Employee Engagement Is To Connect With Your Team

The First Step To Improving Employee Engagement Is To Connect With Your Team | Nouveaux paradigmes | Scoop.it

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The manager would huddle together with the employees and begin a short discussion with them about issues like book displays or signage or even the location of chairs and bean bags.

 

The manager was in fact ‘connecting‘ with his or her team to solicit feedback and ideas on how best to operate the bookstore. (connecting, of course, is the first stage in the Flat Army ‘Collaborative Leader Action Model’)

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The simple act of connecting first with your team to surface ideas, options and alternate views to your own (as the leader) is such a simple behaviour to establish at an organization — as an enterprise-wide norm — it shocks me that it’s still not done more pervasively today.

How hard is it to connect first and consider options before creating the end result?

 

• Gallup finds global employee engagement in 2013 sits at a paltry 13%.

• AON Hewitt report 40% of employees are actively or passively disengaged.

• BlessingWhite believes only 40% of global employees are actually engaged.

 

Whichever organization that is studying employee engagement you fancy, the data doesn’t lie.


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YUMAN's curator insight, January 28, 2014 5:52 AM

When talking about engagement, it's always worth mentioning the nuts and bolts of a bigger story.  Collaboration starts by a good connection with your team.

It happens to be the first stage of the Flat Army "Collaborative Leader Action Model".)

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Leadership and Emotional Intelligence – Leadership, Management, Career and Personal Development

Leadership and Emotional Intelligence – Leadership, Management, Career and Personal Development | Nouveaux paradigmes | Scoop.it

Using emotional intelligence can help you succeed as a leader. But what is emotional intelligence, and why is it that success in life sometimes seems unrelated to intelligence and how hard you are prepared to work?


Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, Vingtcinq Scenario, Martin Gysler, Pierre-André Fontaine
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