Employee

A recent article, Three Things That Sabotage Employee Engagement by Dr. Rick Goodman says that your company culture (every habit, every rule, and every practice) affects your employee engagement whether for good or bad. So, even team leaders who have the best intentions can unconsciously sabotage their own efforts to keep their employees engaged.

Here are three ways you can unconsciously sabotage your employee engagement.

1. Micromanaging your employees. You hire your employees to be part of your team in an agile office space because you believe and trust them in their talents and skills. But when you assign and delegate some tasks to them and yet they have no liberty to achieve them on their own terms, you sabotage their engagement and confidence.

You need to trust your people otherwise you shouldn’t have hired them in the first place.

2. Criticizing your employees. We make mistakes, it’s our natural tendency as human being, but it is one way in which we learn and grow. If you criticize or blame your employees for every little mistake they make instead of offering support, you restrain that growth potential. Instead of casting blame, you can call a meeting with your team in a meeting space to discuss their issues and concerns and how to improve their performance.

3. Failure to appreciate your employees.  Don’t take all the credit for yourself. Give to your employees the credit due to them. Make sure everyone feels valued and appreciated. Your team should share successes as well as defeats. And if the team achieves something, everyone should feel good about it. 

Conclusion

Employee engagement should stem from all aspects of your company.  Thus identifying the areas where you’re coming up short and taking action about them is vitally important.  Having an awesome office space and location is also very essential to keep employee engagement.  Thus if you’re looking for workspace solutions in Philadelphia, YourOffice Philadelphia offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: small office space Philadelphia, executive suites Philadelphia and meeting space Philadelphia. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology. 

How do you keep your employee engagement?  Feel free to share you comments.  You can also visit us on Facebook and Twitter.