Tag Archive for: employee engagement

leadership development

Leadership development programs are essential to creating a workforce that grows and thrives as a team. Implementing a strong leadership development team allows employees to feel important, and for your company to have the best leadership possible. When you develop these programs to align with your purpose, you create leaders centered around the central goals of your organization. Here are a few steps to take to develop a great leadership development program:

supporting employee wellbeing

2020 has been a roller coaster for most people. With the drastic changes that have occurred in the workplace, it has led to a new reality of work from home and zoom meetings or simply no work at all. These changes can cause the wellbeing of your employees to hinder. Not only do we need to focus on the physical health of our employees, but also their mental health, social health, and financial health.

live your purpose

Operating a purpose-centered business is important to the success of your company. Your company’s purpose explains to your employees and your customers the reason behind your business and the people it creates value for. Identifying and reflecting your purpose throughout your company is imperative to creating a company culture that is aligned toward one common goal.

the five is of onboarding

Onboarding can be a challenge for any HR department, as it may be unclear all that needs to be covered in order to set your new employees up for success. Where does the onboarding process start? How will the new employees leave the onboarding process ready to start working? We have created a step-by-step guide to set your employees and your organization up for success. Here are the five I’s of onboarding. 

Office Culture Happy

Inspiring employees to stay motivated once they have been at the company for a long time can be difficult for some employers. There are many creative ways to improve company culture within the organization, but will that be enough to keep employees around? Is money the best way to keep employee engagement and motivation? Let’s explore!

Many studies have been conducted throughout the years about what motivates employees. Most of the results have come back confusing and complicated because we’re all humans with different wants and needs. For most employees, the money isn’t as important as you would expect.

Quick Tips and FAQs

Leaders who are able to transform their company culture understand that accountability delivered in a positive manner creates a trusting, engaged, successful environment for employees. Employees that are given the opportunity to trust each other, collaborate, and are invested in the companies purpose they feel as though they have an important role in the companies success. So how can you tell if your workplace culture is lacking in the accountability realm?

Here are a few indications that you might want to reframe your accountability method:

group of people at the office

When it comes to fostering growth within your organization, utilizing the proper techniques to encourage employees is key. When success metrics are discussed, the idea of responsibility and accountability tends to come into play, but what is the difference between the two?

These two words are typically used synonymously, but there is a key difference in the delivery of each. The word “responsibility” tends to bring about confusion, blame-placing, and other unwarranted performance issues. Whereas accountability tends to bring about a more empowering feeling. 

photo of women having conversation

Attract ENGAGE Retain. 

An engaged workforce is a productive workforce. 

But you can’t force someone to be engaged. 

Once you’ve got a candidate through the hiring, onboarding and training process, you really want to retain them.  But what about two years in, five years in.  What do you do as a company to re-engage and thereby retain your staff?

People are engaged when they feel they make a difference.  People are engaged when they feel appreciated.  People are engaged when they feel a sense of purpose.  People are engaged when they feel aligned with the company’s values.

Leading a team, an organization, or just a single person can sometimes be a challenge. Creating success for your company as a leader requires a well-thought-out and actionable plan. At Culture Works we believe company culture fosters success within an organization. Here are a few ways to take your leadership beyond simply managing employees.