It’s no secret that performance improves when it’s measured. So why, after decades of measuring engagement, are only 34% of U.S. employees engaged? Why, with billions of dollars being spent on fixing engagement over the last several years, have scores never been worse, both domestically and internationally.
The answer: we’re measuring the wrong thing.
Instead of focusing on fixing engagement rates, it’s time to step back and examine one of the driving forces behind low engagement scores — a need for greater individual accountability at work.
Learn how accountability drives greater employee engagement when you join us for our webinar, Why Most Employee Engagement Initiatives Fail with Tanner Corbridge.
While some may argue that the difference between accountability and engagement is nuanced, it’s evident that the two partake in a causal relationship. What’s critical is to promote a culture of accountability in a way that achieves sustained employee engagement.
Organizations that assess and invest in driving positive accountability foster an environment in which the answer to most performance problems falls between greater individual accountability and leaders who model and promote a culture of accountability. When this happens, what was once a black and white world of “us vs. them” becomes a place full of color, where frontline employees and leaders alike can flourish.
In this webinar you will learn:
Get to the root of your employee engagement issues before your organization’s results suffer.