Top 4 Employee Engagement Ideas for Rekindling Your Team's Fire - Growth Freaks

Top 4 Employee Engagement Ideas for Rekindling Your Team’s Fire

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No matter how great your employees are, if you don’t show them you appreciate them and do your best to engage them as actively as possible, there will be times when they’ll seem less motivated to work hard and get involved in the company. Employees are the backbone of any company, which is why they should always be a priority. If you think about where your company would be now without your greatest employees, you’ll understand why you should take the time to support your team and motivate them as best as you can. Because we want to help you out, here are 4 employee engagement ideas that you can try.

4 Employee Engagement Ideas to Keep in Mind

1. Keep Employees in the Loop

Employees are more likely to feel engaged and motivated if they know all the details of the projects they have to work on. Unless crucial, don’t keep any information from your team and be as honest as possible with them. Especially if you have some exciting information about a new project or someone recognized your company’s efforts, it’s important to share this with your employees. It will make them feel like they’re a crucial part of the team. Moreover, they’ll realize they’re trustworthy enough for you to share privileged information with them.

2. Create Themed Office Days

All work and no play can become really stressful really fast for some people. That doesn’t mean that you should encourage your employees to do something else while they’re on the clock, or ignore their work responsibilities and party during office hours. Still, there are always small things that you can do to encourage them to relax and shatter monotony. For instance, we advise you to create different themed office days. Tuesday could be “chocolate day”, or Friday could be “bring your pet to work day” (if possible). These are some fun employee activities that will brighten their day.

3. Set Up Motivational Workshops

We all need some motivation to get on with our day from time to time. If you want to make sure that your employees get a great start of a week, come up with a short motivational workshop on an otherwise dull Monday morning. There are different types of employee engagement activities you could try. For instance, you might want to create some employee engagement events such as an inspirational lecture. Or you could improvise and look for some team-building games. They will both motivate people to work harder and fill them with energy by getting their blood pumping.

4. Encourage Employee Creativity

Most employees don’t like to simply do mindless work that doesn’t involve any creative effort on their part. You should always encourage employees to be creative and innovative and come up with their own ideas, if you want them to become more engaged at work. You’ll never know what awesome ideas your team can come up with if you don’t take the time to listen to them. Recognize their efforts to involve themselves more in the company. That way, they’re bound to work even harder to prove themselves.

These are only a few employee engagement ideas that you could try, but they’re definitely worth the effort. They’ll help you develop your business by focusing on your most valuable asset – your employees.

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Author: Amanda Knowles