Encourage Employees to Engage Them

Employee retention and productivity jump with higher levels of employee engagement, and more encouragement could be the ticket to more engagement. Beth Miller writes for Forbes with some tips. She finds encouragement to be “the act of providing positive feedback that focuses specifically on effort and/or improvement rather than specific outcomes.” Showing genuine interest in someone else’s perspective is a good way to provide indirect encouragement. Another way is to both provide a person room to grow and then provide the support needed to ensure the person grows successfully. For more tips, you can view the full article here:

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