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Employee Engagement: It’s Time to Go ‘All In’

Benefits of this White Paper

A decade and billions of dollars later employee engagement levels have barely moved. Find out what companies may be missing in their quest to build a confident, engaged workforce that actually moves the needle on employee engagement.

Just 26% of leaders surveyed say that employee engagement is a very important part of what they think about, plan, and do every day.

How can companies change their engagement trajectory?

 In October 2017 Dale Carnegie conducted an online survey of 1,000 U.S. employees, half leaders and half individual contributors (with no direct reports), to gain new insight into ongoing efforts to increase employee engagement (EE). Three of the important questions the study examined were: 

  • How does EE fit into leaders’ daily priorities?
  • How does making EE a daily habit for leaders impact EE? 
  • What influences leaders to make EE a priority in their daily work?

Supervisors who say they think about, plan for and work on engaging their employees every day, were more than 3.5 times more likely than all others to say their employees are always willing to do what it takes to get work done, even if it means going “above and beyond” (53% vs. 14%). Even in comparison with those who work on it frequently, those who prioritize EE every day retain an advantage of more than 2.5 times (53% vs. 19%).

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