Whether you are an employee or employee, the bottom line – “people don’t care how you know until they know how much you care.” Employee and employer engagement really has to be intentional, and a two-way process; more so in these turbulent times where people become more sensitive to their need for security. Any threat of losing it may cause a reaction.
In uncertainty, we often encounter new experiences that are teachable moments that give us new perspectives on life, and leads us to ponder about what’s the next best steps to handle our wellbeing?
With the evolving workforce, employers now need to be more creative in reinventing their engagement strategies to stay current and relevant in order to better meet the changing expectations and needs of the workforce.
There is a common saying that “no one is indispensable”, so why then do organizations even invest resources to retain staff?
In a high stake environment, how can companies balance the tension between the desire for their people to learn and grow, yet still uphold professional standards and execute at those high levels to optimize performance?
Moving forward we need to anticipate what is the future of work, what kind of skills are needed for our economy, and how to repurpose ourselves to meet the change and demands.