We know a lot about employee engagement. We know that it’s about getting employees excited about giving all their energy, creativity and passion to performing their jobs. We also know that it’s the primary driver of financial performance of a business organization. In addition, we think we know how to measure it. Numerous consulting firms have employee surveys that are purported to measure the level of employee engagement at any particular business organization. What we don’t know is how to create employee engagement. This is evidenced by the fact that the level of employee engagement (world-wide) hovers around 30 and it’s not increasing. If we knew how to make employee engagement happen, the level would be closer to 100 percent.
My new book, The Engagement Formula, solves this problem. It presents three simple steps that guarantee full employee engagement. If a business organization follows this formula, 100 percent of its employee will become engaged with their work–all working at their full potential. Think of what this could mean to the success of any business organization–profit or non-profit. For more information, please click on the following link: http://rossreck.com/