4 Key Activities to Improve Employee Effort

  • A high effort employee may outperform a low effort employee by 20%.
  • A strongly engaged employee is 87% less likely to leave a company within the next 12 months.
  • An engaged employee is 88% likely to stay even if offered a 10% raise for a similar job elsewhere.

Do I have your attention?  Would you like to know how to get more effort and engagement from the very beginning when a new employee starts working for you?  Would you like to “re-board” the people you already have on your team?

Four key onboarding activities that improve overall employee performance.  They are:

Thanksgiving and Onboarding Possibilities

Thanksgiving is obviously the perfect time to say thank you to those who have made a positive impact in our lives in some way.  Perhaps what is not so obvious is the opportunity to thank people for the difference they will make.  Acknowledging people for past accomplishments lets people know they have provided value, but acknowledging people for the value that you anticipate they will bring allows people to see your vision for them and step into that possibility.

Yes, Thanksgiving is a time to thank, but it’s the giving part that can create so many new possibilities.  It’s not about giving things; it’s about giving people the opportunity to know they matter.