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Employee engagement is consistently ranked as a top priority by a large majority of business leaders, however, only a small percentage say they actually have highly engaged workforces. The challenge is that most engagement approaches are decades old and likely to do more harm than good. Business dynamics in the 21st century demand a different approach.
Living in an always-connected, online world has brought about many changes to traditional business models and long-standing assumptions about social interaction and personal motivation. This is especially evident in today’s workplace, where traditional employee-recognition programs no longer work, as the needs and wants of your employee base has likely changed significantly.
What is the right approach to employee engagement programs? What gets and maintains employees attention and focus?
The New Rules of Engagement℠ are 12 imperatives for leaders and managers because the degree to which an organization delivers on each has important consequences for the motivation of its employees. Because people are strongly reciprocal, a company gets the level of performance from them that it deserves.
The New Rules of Engagement survey asks employees a series of questions relating to the 12 rules.