Are my employees engaged?

What really matters in engaging employees?

Engaged employees who are committed, putting forth extra effort and who feel connected to the organization don’t get that way because of a “program.” See what you can do to keep them engaged.

Consider these questions:

  • How are your managers doing in motivating your most valuable employees? How are you doing?
  • Do you know what mistakes to avoid?
  • Would you like to know how you, the manager, can be the key to improving employee engagement?

How can you improve engagement?

Engaged employees who are committed, putting forth that extra effort and who truly feel connected to the organization don’t get that way because of a “program”. Specialty coffee and ‘free pizza day’ will not inspire an employee or keep them from leaving your company if they work for a toxic manager. People leave managers, not companies. AGH Employer Solutions recently hosted a webinar on employee engagement, and this infographic captures the key points you need to consider.

Improve employee engagement infographic

Next steps

If you'd like to view the recorded webinar or have additional questions about employee engagement, contact Marjorie Engle below.

Marjorie Engle

Senior Vice President
Org. Development & Family Business Services

Marjorie Engle guides clients and their companies through executive coaching, transition and succession planning, organizational analysis, conflict management, and corporate strategy development. A specialist in assessing and developing family councils, advisory boards and boards of directors, she has extensive experience with family-owned, closely held, and public companies across many industries, as well as with not-for-profit organizations.

Marjorie holds a certificate in Family Business Advising with Fellow Status from The Family Firm Institute and is a certified coach with Family Business Partners. She is also a certified Change Leader.

Carrie Cox

Senior Consultant
HR & Org. Development Services

Carrie has experience in a variety of human resource functions, including labor laws, compensation structures, employee classification, benefits administration, performance management and human resource best practices. She has served clients in a number of industries, including manufacturing, construction, banking, government, and not-for-profits. Carrie is a member of the national and local chapters of the Society of Human Resource Professionals (SHRM) and serves on the Wichita chapter board of directors.

She is a certified practitioner for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and the Hay Group’s Emotional and Social Competency Inventory. Her additional certifications include Certified Professional Coach from the Academy of Creative Coaching, Professional in Human Resources (PHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute, and SHRM-CP designated by the SHRM.

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