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‘Managers are primarily responsible for their employees’ engagement levels’

29 Oct 2013 - Blog

‘Managers are primarily responsible for their employees’ engagement levels’


New research from Gallup* has found that managers are primarily responsible for their employees’ engagement levels. People Insight find this time and again in our clients’ organisations; engaged and disengaged employees cite their relationship with their manager, and whether or not they listen, coach, give feedback and support development in their comments.

Are managers always skilled and enabled to build engagement plans with their teams, hold value adding 1 to 1s where coaching and career development are at the core of the discussion? The chances are that this is not always the case.

Recognising this, People Insight offer the Engagement Manager Action Plan (MAP) programme. This one-day workshop enables managers to take practical actions to improve engagement within their teams. We refresh key skills such as active listening, giving feedback, coaching and support attendees to define their role in engagement culture. To find out more, visit the link below:
*The State of the Global Workplace: Employee Engagement Insights for Business Leaders Worldwide 2013

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