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Ten Laws of Employee Engagement – Law #9

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LEADERS MUST CONVEY MEANING THAT CONNECTS WITH THE EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF STAFF

When senior leaders and managers understand the value of addressing the emotional needs of their staff and have been shown the most effective ways to “connect” with them, the shift in engagement is almost immediate. Employees will have greater clarity on:

  • Their specific team targets as well as on their personal roles, goals and priorities
  • How their daily work fits into team and organizational goals
  • The current status of goal achievement (vs. plan) for themselves, their team and the organization
  • How much they are valued for the contribution they make
  • Their career development goals and their plan to achieve them

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