Managers have forever been the connective link between management and the employees. However, with the current state of the workplace, the workload and stress involved, employees tend to require greater support, encouragement, and motivation to be engaged in their work. The role of managers has hence, evolved to a more communicative and supportive bracket, emphasizing on engaging teams, while the Human Resources (HR) function supports the endeavor as an assistive mechanism. Managers hence act as the first level of contact for driving people engagement while the HR devices policies, activities and allocates resources to facilitate it.
The managerial role is vast, however, communication, performance management, and building on individual strengths are factors closely linked to employee engagement. While managerial conversations usually fall under the cap of instructions, a dialogue aimed at engaging teams will have other elements too. Here are 6 things that managers can include in their dialogues with their team members to drive employee engagement. Read More: http://bit.ly/2v515gd