Build manager, peer, and organization capabilities.
Engaging employees is not solely an HR endeavor, and most organizations realize that managers are critical to maintaining and improving employee engagement.
While managers are important players in employee engagement efforts, the success of engagement action plans also hinges on the involvement of other people—peers and the broader organization.
The organization, manager, and team can impact engagement capital by up to 9%, 7%, and 6% respectively.
Maximize the long-term impact of your engagement action plan by diversifying the individuals involved in managing employee engagement: align the right 'agents'—organization, peers, and manager—to the engagement areas for which they have the greatest influence.