When organisations intentionally address both well-being and engagement, the effects are positive and mutually beneficial for employees and business outcomes alike
Today’s workforce is increasingly comprised of millennials and Generation Z employees, and they are particularly interested in working for companies whose core values align with their own. Savvy employers know that they need to understand and embrace the expectations of these two generations of workers so that they can deliver their desired employee experience.
Listening to team members must be a priority for anyone who wants to keep their employees feeling safe, confident, and motivated. This is vital for leaders who themselves are thinking about where and how we work, and the lessons we'll remember long after the pandemic is over.
To engage workers, managers have to provide opportunities for them to learn and grow. Engaged employees are less likely to leave the workplace because they feel valued and personally fulfilled.
Given continued market volatility and economic pressure, every CEO is looking for ways to drive better outcomes. Improving employee performance is arguably the best way for business leaders to drive better organisational performance.