The key to the most dynamic component of employee engagement has been there all along— undiscovered—hiding in plain sight.
Employee engagement is generally defined as having employees who are involved in, enthusiastic about, and committed to their work and workplace. In the last decade, endless research studies have been conducted, articles written, and YouTube videos recorded to clarify what companies need to do to develop an engaged workforce. Unfortunately, the message sent is often incredibly complex. To paraphrase Albert Einstein, it is easy to be complex—to be simple is very difficult. We need a simple explanation of the element that determines whether your employees are engaged.