Employee Engagement Series

August 2017

ScottMadden’s Human Capital Management practice has launched a new eight-part series focused on leading practices in employee engagement. See below for a sneak peek of what’s to come.


EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SERIES | ARTICLE 1

Peer-to-Peer Recognition Programs Inspire Employees

Peer-to-peer recognition programs add the value of intrinsic motivation across your organization

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SERIES | ARTICLE 2

Host CEO/VP-Level Monthly Discussions with Small Groups to Increase Employee Engagement

Opening senior leaders’ doors to all levels of employees pays dividends when it comes to employee engagement.

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SERIES | ARTICLE 3

Create a New Manager 101 Course Emphasizing Management Skills and Firm Values

Help your managers become better leaders and improve engagement and productivity by providing ample training to your managers, especially new managers.

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SERIES | ARTICLE 4

Well-Networked Employees Are Engaged Employees

Networking, both internally and externally, can improve engagement in current roles and shape future career goals for your employees.

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SERIES | ARTICLE 5

Frequent Performance Coaching Sessions Increase Employee Engagement

Strong relationships with an employee’s direct manager can increase engagement.

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SERIES | ARTICLE 6

Well-Networked Employees Are Engaged Employees

Employee engagement can be improved with cross-training programs that expose employees to a variety of functional areas within their organization.

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SERIES | ARTICLE 7
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