Workplace Culture

How To Encourage Employees To Be Proactive About Workplace Grievances

How To Encourage Employees To Be Proactive About Workplace Grievances

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:

What Makes A Good Leader? Key Differences Between Management And Leadership

What Makes A Good Leader? Key Differences Between Management And Leadership

Every manager strives to become a good leader. Reaching this role takes a shift in thought, as well as in the way that you lead. Becoming a good leader doesn’t happen overnight as it takes time to cultivate your leadership and ensure you are thinking about your organization’s vision rather than the mere execution of different tasks.

According to a report by the Harvard Business Review, managers manage work while leaders lead people. The same report cites the need for leaders to surround themselves with people of influence, while managers typically focus on people of power. The differences may seem slight, but they can determine if you ascend to the next level in your leadership endeavor...