In the past, business success was all about size.
It pays to invest in increasing employee engagement. Literally.
87% show an increase in revenue in the following three years
86% report an increase in market share
57% report lower employee turnover
90% of the publicly traded companies report higher stock prices
A disengaged workplace affects your bottom line.
Employee engagement can have the biggest impact on the bottom line. According to Gallup’s 2014 study of the American workplace, 52% of U.S. workers are unengaged and 18% are actively disengaged. What’s the cost of having 7 out of every 10 of your employees unengaged?
The value of engaged employees:
- 37% lower absenteeism
- 25% lower turnover
- 28% less shrinkage
- 48% fewer safety incidents
- 41% fewer quality defects
- 10% higher customer metrics
- 21% higher productivity
- 22% higher profitability
Three hard truths about employee engagement.
Employee engagement is not always easy to define and what it takes to engage employees varies from organization to organization. But three things are certain:
- It is measurable.
- It can be correlated with performance
- It varies from poor to great.
“Center for Executive Excellence took on the challenge of reinvigorating our company culture and rallying us to rediscover our roots. Not only did they give us the roadmap, but took us on culture field trips to get outside of our walls and accelerate the paradigm shift we needed to reconnect with our “why.”
– Steve Wagner, Co-Founder & Chief Culture Architect, Stone Brewing
CEE will help your organization improve employee engagement to:
• Connect to the mission and purpose
• Align employee’s role with the bigger picture
• Leverage engagement as a competitive advantage
• Use employee engagement as a performance multiplier
Using multiple learning techniques to appeal to multiple generations:
• Keynote Presentations
• Corporate Training
• Corporate Retreats
Awareness is the first step in helping to assess reality correctly and create a foundation for improvement. Our seasoned team uses a variety of powerful assessments from psychological metrics to organizational evaluations to build awareness and address opportunities for learning and growth