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Promoting employee engagement in Thailand

Submitted by on Thursday, 14 March 2013No Comment

Promoting Employee Engagement in Thailand

Employee Engagement is a hot issue in Thailand, and one that is (in our experience) very poorly executed on in organisations.

Since it’s not enough simply to rely on HR or the CEO any more to drive this critical factor – that can account for as much as 15% of a company’s sales – we’ve been sharing techniques that managers can use to try to guage employee engagement and also promote it. For example, these 3 quick questions to check employee engagement at work.

Here’s a video by Ed Muzio that we would like to share that delves just a bit deeper into diagnosing employee engagement issues, and can help you start to restore employee engagement in Thailand. Have a look:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp29hdvBYIQ&list=UUSlFHN3l0ttmbkMbddutTwA

Employee Engagement in Thailand Troubleshooter

You’ll notice that Ed identifies 2 diagnoses to troubleshoot the ‘I don’t like my job’ statement.

In diagnosis 1 – ‘frustrating’ – you may be interested in this powerful one day programme that will help you fix this.

In diagnosis 2 – ‘not well-matched’ – you may be interested in Talent Factor, which covers both interactive style and task type.

Employee Engagement is critical but very easy to achieve – if it is deliberately targetted!

Good luck engaging!

 

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