Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook
Engage your people and performance will soar. Get a better grasp on engagement changes and trends, lead more purposeful conversations, and create a culture of accountability on your team and in your organization.
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Benefits of the Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook
You’ll learn how to position your employees as stakeholders of their own engagement, clarify expectations and promote positive coworker relationships when you:
- understand how to interpret your team’s changing engagement data
- maintain a focus on engagement throughout the year
- lead more purposeful, engaging conversations with your team
- make the 12 elements of engagement part of the cultural expectations for how your team works
- create a culture of accountability on your team and in your organization for everyone’s engagement
Gallup’s research is clear: Engaged employees produce better business outcomes.
Over time, engagement levels can fluctuate -- and it can be hard for managers to understand and interpret those changes.
One factor can explain the most substantial change in a team’s engagement level: each team member’s willingness to be accountable for the workgroup’s engagement.
The Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook is designed for managers who have already been introduced to the basics of employee engagement.
Create a Culture of Engagement
Go beyond your team’s engagement survey results to build a more substantial foundation for the future.
Helping each team member take responsibility for engagement is the first step to improving engagement and performance.
The Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook prepares you to focus on speciﬁc activities to understand trends in your team’s engagement -- and how to create shared responsibility for engagement on your team.
The content in this workbook will empower you to build a culture of engagement, which leads to improved performance and productivity, increased employee retention, and higher customer engagement ratings.
The Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook is for managers who want to create a culture of engagement for their teams.
To help, this workbook includes ideas, insights and activities organized into the following five sections:
Review the fundamentals of building an engaged workplace, and use the exercises and activities to dig deeper into them.
Discover the ongoing story of your team when you examine changes and trends in your engagement results, reflect on what they mean, and maintain your focus on engagement throughout the year.
Make your conversations with your team more meaningful. Use these advanced techniques, tips and advice to boost trust and engagement.
Find out why your culture is so important to your team’s success -- or failure. And use the 12 elements of engagement as cultural expectations for how your team operates every day.
Determine your engagement strategy, and commit to creating a culture of engagement.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this workbook available digitally?
No. While the Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook is not currently available in a digital format, we hope to release a digital format in the future.
What is the difference between the Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook and the Driving Employee Engagement Workbook?
The Building Accountability for Engagement Workbook is for managers who want to create a culture of engagement in their organization and who already know the basics of engagement. It will help you understand your team’s changing engagement results; lead more purposeful, engaging conversations; and build accountability on your team and in your organization.
The Driving Employee Engagement Workbook is for managers who need a concise employee engagement curriculum. This workbook helps you understand engagement, describes how to measure team engagement, and discusses how you can build engaging workplaces and teams.