Simple Data to Make the Case for Employee Engagement

There are plenty of research papers and articles which demonstrate the value of Employee Engagement for organizations. Here is something that I had penned a while back for Deccan Herald.

Many of these research pieces are propreitary or done for specific clients by consulting firms. Hence, I have been hunting for “open source” information to find more “easy” ways of depicting the impact of employee engagement on customer behaviour and eventually business performance. I have created this one slide which you can use to convince leaders about the value of employee engagement. Of course, this is more intuitive for service sector organizations, but it is quite easy to demonstrate linkages in the traditional sectors as well.

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3 thoughts on “Simple Data to Make the Case for Employee Engagement

  1. Abhishek,

    I like your slide, it is simple and compelling. We recently completed a related project in the spirit of ‘open source’ and accessible information with noted talent management anlyst firm Bersin & Associates (http://budurl.com/3zzq).

    It is an interactive assessment that is free for anyone to take. On the back end of this, participants receive a visual scorecard and a 29 page report customized to their answers.

    Focus areas include employee & executive engagement, business alignment, and other strategic talent management practices. I hope your reader’s find it valuable:

    http://budurl.com/3zzq

    Like

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