Engaged employees are interested, informed, involved, and inspired.
Who do you think is responsible to create and maintain a culture of engagement? A culture is a set of beliefs and values that drive organizational norms of behavior.
According to Gallup, engaged employees ...
Don’t often let problems become an excuse for inaction or destroy their ability to perform.
Focus on their strengths and don't spend too much time trying to do what does not come naturally to them.
Independently and proactively try to improve their engagement rather than expecting someone else to engage them.
Take accountability for their performance instead of blaming others when things don't go as they want.
On a scale of 1 (not at all) thru 10 (highly), how engaged are your employees? Assuming your organization would like to enhance and leverage a culture of engagement to improve your medium-to-long-term performance and organizational health (your ability to align, execute, and renew itself over time).
What does your organization need to stop doing? Why?
What does your organization need to start doing? Why?
What does your organization need to keep and accelerate doing? Why?
What does your organization need to just accept doing ... because you are not ready to change it? Why?