Engaged employees improve productivity and performance, company culture, and business success. And, just as employee engagement is of critical importance at the office, it's even more so when your team is working remotely
No-one disagrees with the benefits of employee engagement; they're pretty well established now. However, the exact ways of building and improving employee engagement amongst
remote teams (especially during times of change and uncertainty), is certainly not. It requires a radically different approach to what most office team leaders are used to, which is why you really need a guide - and that's why we're here to help.
We have some fantastic employee engagement ideas, and they're practices you can begin implementing immediately which we can guarantee you'll see results from.
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Establish a regular rhythm of communication
Establish an equal experience
Put wellbeing at the core of your leadership approach
Encourage employees and lead by example
Actively provide feedback and support with one-to-one check-ins
Involve the team in developing new ideas
Recognise hard work and your team's efforts
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