Every HR professional knows that businesses staffed with highly engaged employees perform better than those whose workers count down the minutes to quitting time. Engaged employees are more motivated, more productive, and cut down on churn by staying at their jobs longer. But organisations are not doing enough to harness their employees’ desire to excel at their jobs. Our global employee engagement research shows that worldwide, only about one third of employees say they feel highly engaged.
There is an opportunity for companies to do much more to release the discretionary efforts of their people. Our new report, Strengthening performance through greater employee engagement, shows how leaders can enhance engagement by tapping into workers’ intrinsic and extrinsic motivators.
Download the report to learn:
- The connection between intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, and employee performance.
- Why the level of intrinsic motivation is consistently higher than extrinsic motivation and the implication for businesses.
- What you can do to support both types of motivations in your organisation and how to find the right balance.
To learn more about what you can do to improve motivations and maximize your investment in employee engagement, download the report.