January 28th 2010
Employee engagement and organisational performance
This research report 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.
Topics covered in this research report on employee engagement include:
• The links between employee engagement and organisational performance
• Interpreting levels of employee engagement within an organisation
• Employee engagement as both a process and an outcome
• The impact of leadership behaviour on employee engagement
• The relationship between employee engagement and managing performance
• Everyday engagement metrics and correlation with operation results
• Good practice in measuring employee engagement
• The role of HR and line managers in employee engagement
• Tailoring engagement principles to your organisation
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