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4 Ways to Change Your Approach to Employee Engagement and Performance

Employees want to feel excited to come to work each day. If your staff starts to get bored with the same old workplace routines, they will start becoming less engaged, which obviously will negatively impact their productivity. You may have engagement practices in place, but it’s important to switch these up once in a while to keep things fresh and exciting. So if you start to notice a dip in employee engagement and performance, it may be time to make some changes to your approach. Tips For Improving Employee Engagement and Performance Many people don’t like their job. They don’t get satisfaction from the work they do, don’t feel valued, or aren’t challenged enough. But this can be changed if you make adjustments in the workplace. No matter what line of work you’re in, managers can get their employees more excited and engaged in the work their doing. Here are three ways to change and improve employee engagement and performance. 1. Always Set Goals When you’re an employee, it can be difficult to stay focused on work when you have no end goal in sight. You’ll work more slowly because there is no deadline for your work to be completed. This is why setting both performance and individual goals are so important. Performance goals should focus on the team as a whole. Set goal deadlines for the completion of certain projects. Or perhaps, set customer satisfaction goals to ensure your services are being performed properly. Individual goals should be set for each employee. Everyone is different, so these goals should not be the same across the board. Focus on each employee’s strengths, and create goals for them. This will make employees feel like they are being valued and understood, instead of simply having them focus on only team goals. 2. Reward Top Performers If your employees meet their personal and/or team goals, they should be rewarded. This gives employees extra incentive to get the job done. For example, if your team reaches their performance goal, they could be rewarded with an extra hour of lunch or have food catered to them. If they reach a big quarterly goal, then throw a party or take them on a fun outing. This is a great way to keep the team motivated as a whole. Give individual rewards to top performers, such as gift cards, bonuses, or extra paid time off. Employees who work harder and are more productive should feel valued and appreciated. 3. Always Give Feedback As much as employees love being rewarded, they also need feedback on their work. They want to know that you are aware of the job they’re doing, and how they can improve it. This is a great way for managers to engage their employees one-on-one, instead of in staff meetings. It also gives the employees a chance to ask questions or comment on different issues they are having. For Additional Help If you are having difficulty improving your employee engagement and performance, check out our services for additional help. Getting your employees more engaged is important to optimizing your company’s performance levels. Register today to get started on improving the productivity in your business.