Employee engagement

Effective LeadershipCommunication in the workplace

When people flourish, so do the organisations they work for. Conversely, demotivated employees can hold businesses back. So, an effective employee engagement strategy is essential.

When people lack motivation, they are less productive and more likely to leave – increasing overall attrition and its associated costs. Therefore, investing time and effort into motivating employees is essential in any organisation.

We can help you to understand engagement levels in your business, which enables management teams to create effective and sustainable change.


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Creating your employee engagement strategy

Establishing engagement

Running a health check for your organisation can help you to establish the current levels of engagement within the workforce and identify actions for making any necessary improvements.

The Thomas Engage model can help you to identify the following factors:

  • Your employees' strengths
  • Your employees' vulnerabilities
  • Levels of engagement by group
  • A benchmark against other UK organisations
  • Actions to address vulnerabilities
  • Your organisational well-being factor
  • Management styles operating within your organisation

Once you’ve got an understanding of engagement levels in your business, you can build on this to ensure you have engaged employees who are more productive, drive the bottom line and inspire company innovation.

Understanding your employees

The Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) and Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (TEIQue) both give you a deeper understanding of your employees.

The PPA enables you to gain a deeper understanding of how your employees behave, how they like to communicate, their strengths and limitations and their motivators. The TEIQue is designed to tell you how well your people understand and manage their emotions, how well they interpret and deal with the emotions of others and how they use this knowledge to manage relationships.

Having these insights will enable you to create employee engagement strategies that are personal, and therefore more effective.

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