Top : Employee Engagement : Page 2 - Employee engagement is a term coined recently to describe employees who are highly motivated to perform. It may be a new buzzword for the new millenium, but there's a good amount of research tied to identifying this possibly valuable concept regarding employee performance. Read more here.Performance Management Articles, Guides and Help:
By Gruman and Saks - Academic study published in The Human Resource Management Review that contains some excellent citations, research links, that explore the relationship between performance management and employee engagement. Abstract: Many contemporary organizations are placing a greater emphasis on their performance management systems as a means of generating higher levels of job performance. We suggest that producing performance increments may be best achieved by orienting the performance management system to promote employee engagement. To this end, we describe a new approach to the performance management process that includes employee engagement and the key drivers of employee engagement at each stage. We present a model of engagement management that incorporates the main ideas of the paper and suggests a new perspective for thinking about how to foster and manage employee engagement to achieve high levels of job performance Viewed 704 Times )
By Colin Dicke, Jake Holwerda, and Anne-Marie Kontakos - A collection of papers on employee engagement: Includes the following in about 85 pages: Employee Engagement: I WANT IT, what is it? Employee Engagement and Fairness in the Workplace Old Wine in New Bottles? Engagement and the Bottom Line Employee Engagement and Change Management Communicating for Engagement Seeing Clearly: Employee Engagement and Line of Sight Viewed 581 Times )
By LeadershipIQ - This white paper from LeadershipIQ has caused a huge ruckus because of the following finding: Leadership IQ has discovered that in 42% of organizations, low performers are actually MORE ENGAGED than high performers. Think about that for a moment: The employees bringing you the least value are often more engaged than the folks who reliably deliver good and great performance." The report requires registration to read the entire document. Viewed 614 Times )
By John Baldoni - Some stunning research that suggests that employee engagement doesn't necessarily translate into better performance. Viewed 655 Times )
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