Engagement of employees is one of today’s biggest challenges for CEOs, especially in a tight-labor economy. One chief uses an innovative way to get employees fired up at the same time that she is whipping up enthusiasm by clients.
Every effort put into employee engagement goes a long way in positively impacting the success of executive leadership, the workforce, your customers, and the business.
Is one face-to-face conversation better than 34 emails? Dan Schawbel, workplace guru and bestselling author, seems to think so. He says CEOs need to make sure their employees feel connected.
Ryan Marshall has been president and CEO of PulteGroup, one of the nation’s largest homebuilders, since 2016, but his deep well of experience with the company has allowed him to hit the ground running.
Connecting the work your employees do to a greater cause mobilizes people to take constructive action in ways that deliver benefits far beyond the walls of your company.
Most workers have no interest in changing the world. Most don’t even like their jobs. Increasing employees’ job engagement pays high dividends, so how do you motivate the disenchanted on your team to join the job ownership ranks? Through communication, motivation and reward.