Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet
Engaged employees are the foundation for team performance. Find out how to create engaged and high-performing teams with essential resources based on Gallup's latest engagement research.
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Benefits of the Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet
You can use the materials in this packet to:
- discuss engagement with your team
- develop a specialized engagement plan
- build an implementation strategy to create and sustain high levels of engagement and performance for your team
The Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet is for managers and supervisors who want to create engaged, high-performing teams.
Engage Your Team
The secret to building and sustaining an engaged team is to continuously focus on your employees’ workplace needs.
To help you get started, the Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet helps you understand the 12 essential elements of employee engagement and gives you a step-by-step plan to improve engagement on your team.
The resources that come with the packet support and enhance these five easy-to-implement steps:
- Carefully read and analyze your team’s Gallup Q12 survey results.
- Meet with your team for a State of the Team conversation.
- Create visibility for your team’s engagement and performance goals.
- Make engagement a priority, and constantly focus on it.
- Start to change conversations.
With straightforward instructions, novel ideas, attainable goals and dynamic tools developed from Gallup’s latest engagement research, this packet empowers you to create an engaged workplace.
The Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet introduces managers to employee engagement, the science behind measuring engagement and easy-to-apply ways to enhance engagement.
The packet comes in a sturdy and attractive plastic case and includes the following materials:
This workbook helps you better understand your role in creating a work environment where people can thrive. It contains insights, strategies and tools to understand, measure and create engagement on your team.
This guide gives you a step-by-step plan to improve team engagement. Completing the actions outlined in this guide will help you make engagement part of your regular workplace interactions and build an engaged team.
Learn more about the 12 elements of engagement and Gallup’s Q12 survey. The best practices and discussion topics in this guide will help you influence your employees’ engagement, ask them better questions and actively listen to what they are saying so you can become a more effective manager.
Discover your team’s engagement story with the Q12 Results Discovery Tool. Use the questions to guide your thinking as you read and analyze your team’s engagement survey results.
This outline helps you lead a discussion about your team’s current state of engagement. Using a simple four-part process, you will identify item-specific questions to discuss with your team.
Capture your team’s engagement and performance outcomes. Use this tool to record goals and next steps during your State of the Team conversations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this packet available digitally?
The Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet is available in a digital format for corporate purchase only. It is not currently available for individual purchase, but we hope to make it available online in the future.
What is the difference between the Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet and the Building Accountability for Engagement Manager Packet?
The Creating an Engaging Workplace Manager Packet introduces managers to the 12 essential elements of engagement, how they are measured and how to have a meaningful team discussion about them.
The Building Accountability for Engagement Manager Packet is designed as a follow-up resource to help managers make sense of trends and variations in engagement, create a sense of accountability for engagement among everyone on the team, and increase their effectiveness in individual and team engagement conversations.