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Trends and Insights: Ways to Kill Employee Engagement

Posted by Sandy Yu on 10.4.2018


EmployeeChannel is committed to bringing you information on bettering your organization through internal communications and employee engagement. We’ve put together the latest trends to help you stay up-to-date and ready to tackle your organization’s challenges.

Relationship Between Company Culture and Employee Engagement: Company culture is hard to describe, although most people know a good culture when they experience it. There's a strong connection between culture and employee engagement, and a good leadership is important to achieve both. Read more.

Poor Internal Communication Impacts the Bottom Line: While communication comes naturally to some people, most need guidance. There are many roadblocks to successful internal communication, such as office politics, company culture, and "the way things have always been done." It's imperative to overcome these challenges immediately. Read more.

Ways to Kill Employee Engagement: Every manager knows the importance of good employee engagement, but many take actions that hinder it. For example,  micromanagement and mismanaging daily workloads. By understanding the role they play, managers can avoid these mistakes. Read more.

Improve Employee Engagement Through Leadership: Employee engagement is directly tied to the company's performance. But engagement cannot be left to managers alone. Rather, engagement must start at the top. Leaders can inspire employees, align employees with a purpose, develop future leaders, and more. Read more.

Create a Purpose-Driven Organization: A higher purpose allows employees to see their work is making a difference to the company, gives them a sense of meaning, and elicits their support. But when leaders are solely focused on the bottom line, it's hard to see how purpose impacts the organization's financials -- leading many to initially reject purpose as a good business strategy. Read more.


Stay tuned to the EmployeeChannel blog, as we discuss these communication and engagement issues in more detail.

Topics: employee engagement, trends and insights

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