Employee Engagement

Wednesday Buzz: Is Your Employee Engagement Up to Par?

A simple question spurs new considerations about engagement. Plus: How to cope with Tax Day stress.

Here’s a blunt question from Jamie Notter, a partner at Culture That Works LLC:

“Does your employee engagement suck?”

We’ve tackled the subject of employee engagement before, from highlighting four secrets to ensuring employees are engaged to some of the most influential factors affecting engagement.

And now, Notter and SocialFish blogger Maddie Grant are launching a new effort to ensure organizations know exactly what they’re dealing with when it comes to engagement, without having to launch an exhaustive undertaking.

“Don’t get me wrong—a full culture assessment is completely worth it—it unlocks competitive advantage that you can’t achieve through strategy or implementation alone,” Notter writes. “But you have to be ready to invest time, attention and money to make it work.”

For those not yet ready for a full assessment, Notter and Grant are offering a Culture Diagnostic and Workshop, along with engagement coaching geared toward those in leadership positions.

Survey of the Day

Have some free time to contribute to a nonprofit survey? The National Nonprofit Compensation Report is now open to the public, and you can register to participate right here.

Other Good Reads

Let’s face it, Tax Day is probably the worst unofficial holiday. If you’re still procrastinating on filing your paperwork, the American Psychological Association has a guide for managing money stress here.

If one pressing question wasn’t enough, Association Adviser eNews moderator-in-chief Hank Berkowitz asks, “Can associations keep pace in the tech race?” in a guest post on Event Garde blog.

Are you starting some legislative tracking efforts? Then check out this list of legislative tracker types from CQ Roll Call Connectivity‘s Glen Justice.


Morgan Little

By Morgan Little

Morgan Little is a contributor to Associations Now. MORE

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