January 28th 2010

Executive Summary: Employee engagement and organisational performance

This executive summary provides an overview of the full research report, which takes stock of where the concept of employee engagement has got to, some 10 years after becoming a popular management concept, and after a couple of years of recession. It analyses what has and hasn't yet been learnt about employee engagement and organisational performance.

Topics covered in this executive summary include:
• The link between employee engagement and organisational performance
• How to compete on cost and value
• Dealing with the challenge of disengaged employees
• Defining true engagement as an outcome and a process
• Engagement measures that matter
• The role of line managers in employee engagement

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