There is no doubt that an engaged employee contributes at a higher rate than one that simply could care less about your organization’s mission and vision. Many leaders expect that engagement will come naturally given time or that an employee should automatically be engaged simply by virtue of having a job.
The truth is that engagement is a process that can be improved by asking the following eight great questions during your daily contact with an employee. Notice the questions take a positive aspect to focus the employees on what is going right.
This is an excerpt from my book “Life’s Leadership Lessons” a collection of 53 anecdotal leadership lessons, each with an anecdote and the application of the topic in your everyday life. It is designed for use in weekly staff meetings or for personal development.