According to a recent Gallup report, only 33 percent of American employees are engaged in their workplaces. That’s why many organizations are using the idea of a social mindset to correct the problem. It’s not a quick fix, but an ongoing strategy to deliver sustainable increases in engagement. Instead of improving processes, organizational leadership is now concentrating on developing their employees as real people to drive business results. This includes respecting everyone’s opinions, focusing on inclusion, and investing in the individual growth of employees. True engagement comes from actions that encourage employees to become more engaged in what they do in their daily tasks, not from external programs and processes designed to force a result.
To Boost Engagement, Think Socially