Research shows that a highly engaged workforce often translates to increased productivity, better revenue, and higher profits. As a result, what was once viewed as a “soft” skill is now recognized as an essential strategy and skill set required for organizational success. Unfortunately, most companies don’t know how to do engagement.
Watch a Free Webinar: Improving Engagement Through Skillful Conversation
"If you want to know how your organization will perform in a year,
measure employee engagement today." - Halley Bock
In this complimentary webinar hosted by Linkage and delivered by Halley Bock, [former] CEO of Fierce, we examine the critical role of conversations in building effective cultures and share seven principles that can be immediately applied to improve engagement.
Read a Chief Executive Article: How Does a CEO Do Engagement?
"Employee engagement. A worthy goal that will remain just that — a goal — unless and until here and now, we create deep connection in this moment, with this person who is holding forth or sitting quietly, the one with whom we disagree, the one we haven't valued, haven't really seen. Until now." - Susan Scott
In this candid article, Susan Scott, founder of Fierce, speaks to the heart of the issue around employee engagement. She lays out what is required of leaders if they want to get their employees on board and ready to act while sharing a model to kick-start the effort.