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The Best Approach to Employee Engagement is Bottom-Up

Create a culture of self-leadership with a bottom-up approach to employee engagement.

Our Regional Vice President EMEA, Heidi Kreuchen, has brought to our attention this insightful article on employee engagement. From the Australian HR Institute, the article explains why employee engagement needs to be a core concept within your organization. But above all, it outlines the benefits of a bottom-up approach. Here are a few key highlights for you!

Australian HR Institute Employee Engagement
The Case for Employee Engagement

First of all, “Most people want their work to matter”. And, while “Salary has some influence on an employee’s decision to take on a role”, “for many people what keeps them motivated and committed is job satisfaction – the value they get from an organization.”

People want worthwhile, productive and challenging careers where they learn and develop. They want to be noticed and have a voice. Then they go home feeling like a winner.”

Naomi Simson, Chief Marketing Officer and Co-Founder of The Big Red Group (and a shark on Shark Tank)

The trouble is, “Organizations spend around 80 per cent of their time and effort on researching engagement, but only 20 per cent is dedicated to actually implementing decent strategies.”

Australian HR Institute Employee Engagement
How To Implement a Bottom-Up Approach to Employee Engagement in Your Organization

Notably, “Purpose, wellbeing and recognition are major influencers of employee engagement”.

The number one way to get people to feel part of a team is success. Success breeds success, and when people feel successful they want to play, and they want to play hard.”

Naomi Simson, Chief Marketing Officer and Co-Founder of The Big Red Group (and a shark on Shark Tank)
Australian HR Institute Employee Engagement

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