Learning and Engagement Action Platform
Why is an engaged workforce important?
Engagement is an individual’s emotional commitment to their organization and its goals. It’s fueled by fit and satisfaction with one’s job, manager, team, and organization.
Improving engagement is an ongoing process. It involves creating plans and having candid conversations as a team. Prepare for your team debrief, create an action plan, and execute your strategy.
Below are some next steps once you’ve gathered the results from your team’s XP survey.
1. Team Awareness: Get ready to meet with your team.
Send the team engagement report to each team member. Schedule and conduct a team awareness meeting to review and discuss results.
Walk through how to discuss your results with your team and ensure your meetings are successful.
Team Debrief Guide
Prepare for the team awareness meeting. Reflect on report insights, gain strategies for conversations, and review the to-do list.
2. Team Insights and Action: Schedule and conduct a team insights and action meeting.
You’ve reviewed your results with your team. Now what? Create a team action plan for your first team goal using the resources and templates below.
Start working on the initiatives you’ve talked about with your team and increasing their engagement!
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Know what comes next on the post-workshop journey and check completed events off along the way.
Record your team goals, strategies, and tactics.
3. Maintaining Engagement – Incorporate action plan check-ins into regular team meetings.
Revisit your action plan during regular team meetings. Evaluate progress made, make adjustments where needed, and celebrate team victories! Additional resources for managers include:
Record your personal goals, strategies, and tactics.
Reference profiles can be used as a quick way to get insight into workplace behavior.
Find answers to your questions about engagement, the engage report, or the team debrief.
Engaged employees tend to be significantly more productive, less likely to leave, and deliver better quality of work, which is all tied to the bottom line.
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