In order to keep your employees clipping along, you need to get to the root of their lack of engagement. According to a report by Gallup, 51% of employees are not engaged at work. So, how can you flip the switch for workers that have checked out?
That’s why 13 members of Forbes Coaches Council share below some of the ways managers can encourage employees to be more vocal about grievances, concerns and ideas. Here’s what they had to say:
We’re all in this together so let’s take care of one another—in both good times and difficult ones. Our health quietly demands it, our communities need it, our spirits crave it, and our souls long to be seen and heard over the roar of our minds. Courage in practice is not always knowing what to say or ask or do…and still choosing to show up anyway.
Let’s commit to showing up more, friends. Let’s commit to souls rather than screens.
It's often been said that change is the only constant in life. Trite though it may be, this adage rings true, especially in the business world. Markets, technologies and customer preferences are always shifting and evolving, and these factors can have a significant impact on internal operations.
As a leader, it's your job to not only clearly communicate big changes, but help your team navigate through them. However, this is easier said than done, which is why we asked the experts at Forbes Coaches Council for their advice…