All across the country the job market is providing opportunities for employees, as well as cutthroat competition for employers, with the U.S Labor Department having announced this past July that a record high in 15 years of 5.8 million job positions open. Considering the fact that so many job opportunities are available, companies are experiencing pressure to bring in higher quality talent and ensure their turnover rates remain low. In order to do this effectively progressive companies are adopting a culture of engagement that allows them to stay appealing as well as relevant and diverse workforce.
What does creating a culture of engagement look like, you may wonder? It is about developing leadership habits, and building a work environment that enables employees to thrive, making them emotionally invested in the success of the company they are working for. A culture of engagement is something that is embedded into the way a company thinks and behaves.
Businesses with a culture of engagement focus on:
There have been big payoffs for companies that are purposefully creating a culture of engagement, with reports of annual revenue growth for these companies hitting 682%, compared to only 166% growth for those companies without such an approach.
Companies are seeing benefits that are far greater reaching than just finances. Stats from Gallup show that customer ratings are even higher than before, with a 10% increase in customer ratings and a 21% rise in increased productivity.
Changing work environments in addition to encouraging strongly developed leadership habits makes a vast difference within companies because employees become more emotionally invested in the success of a company, meaning everybody benefits. There is no better time than the present to get started creating a culture of engagement within your own business. And we can help with that! After all, we’re all about people helping people.
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