Organizational Performance

5 Easy Steps to Improve Employee Engagement Right Now

We dug into market research about the state of human capital in 2019 and beyond, finding several market trends that tie organizational performance back to technological disruption, social impact, and values. To help you prepare your organization for future success, we're sharing new research-driven insights on the evolving dynamics of teams, employee engagement, and the workplace. Check out our infographic for five steps to get your organization ready for the future. 

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Employee engagement is crucial for your organization's success and these market trends are important to keep in mind when thinking about your company. Here are the five ways to get your organization ready for the future:

1. Lead with growth-driven mindset

2. Create a culture that accepts failure

3. Leverage diversity in a psychological safe environment

4. Unite teams with a clear sense of purpose that ties to the broader social complex of customers, stakeholders, and the community

5. Measure and reward team performance, not just individual performance

 

At Birkman, we see the close connection between employee engagement, teamwork, and organizational performance, so we continue to invest in resources that can help high-performing teams succeed in the changing marketplace. Ready to take the next step? Let’s start the conversation to provide you with the team building solutions that drive client success. Speak to an expert - let’s connect!

 

References

1. ADP Research Institute

2. Entrepreneur.com

3. Cisco

4. Deloitte

About the Author | Brittany Buxton

With a Bachelors in Communications and Journalism from Texas A&M University, Brittany couples her experience in customer relations and passion for making a difference as she works within the marketing department. Outside of work, you can catch Brittany en route to new cities, soccer fields, or at any coffee shop. As Scottish royalty, you might also find her abroad enjoying the Scottish countryside.