November 2017 | Engaged2Perform

Good Manager/Bad Manager and Engagement-Part Two

Last week we wrote (Good Manager/Bad Manager and Engagement) about the problems and challenges associated with leaders and managers who may be negatively impacting engagement levels of your workforce. The article included different actions or steps they are taking that decrease the engagement of their team and employees such as: ·        Micromanagement ·        Lack of trust in the relationship ·        Clarity of roles and responsibilities and inability to set clear expectations ·        Focusing on weaknesses versus strengths ·        And more...

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Good Manager/Bad Manager and Engagement-Part One

We are all human and as such all have strengths and weaknesses. But when it comes to engagement it seems that actions taken by managers can have a significant impact on engagement levels. There are many great managers, and most are committed, conscientious and hard working but, like poor employees, there can also be managers that don’t always lead or manage effectively or successfully. Without the skill and ability to relate and connect with people...

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Coaching for Engagement

An article by our partner Michael Zroback No doubt you have heard the dreary statistics on engagement. In his blog, Torben Rick, notes that, “According to a recent survey on employee engagement in the US workforce from Modern Survey, it seems that only 10% of US employees feel they are fully engaged in the company they work for, 24% are “moderately engaged”, 30% feel they are “disengaged” and a staggering 37% are “under engaged”. It could be...

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