Although there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach and no master model for successful employee engagement, four common themes emerged from David MacLeod and Nita Clarke’s extensive research captured in Engaging For Success. Taken together, they include many of the key elements that go to make successful employee engagement.
These four enablers of engagement have proved to be useful lenses which can help organisations assess the effectiveness of their approaches.
Employee voice throughout the organisations, for reinforcing and challenging views, between functions and externally. Employees are seen not as the problem, rather as central to the solution, to be involved, listened to, and invited to contribute their experience, expertise and ideas.
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