To some extent, remote work is here to stay, and this new paradigm makes building engagement more important than ever. In this article, we begin with a brief overview of engagement and how it gets affected by remote work, then we dive into five practical ideas to help you build engagement at your workplace.
Top employers like Google and Amazon agree that surveys are among the most relevant, useful, and impactful ways to understand and engage employees. But what questions are the must-haves in a survey? In this template, we discuss the major survey topics and the most important questions in each of the categories.
To help you answer the question of the ROI of improving employee engagement, we have built a simple, free-to-use calculator. It gives you an estimate of potential gains that your company can realize from increasing employee engagement.
Regular one-on-one meetings between managers and employees are crucial for ensuring that employees feel valued and supported at work. Conduct effective 1-on-1 meetings with this template.
Have you ever struggled with giving feedback at work? Honestly, giving and receiving feedback in the workplace is a difficult task, which may even feel very awkward at times. To help you give high-quality, actionable feedback to anyone at your workplace, we have created an easy to follow 5-step process.
Jenny Podewils spoke to Katrin Grunwald on the Startup Stereo podcast about why receiving feedback at work can feel like going to the dentist, how founders shape their company’s culture, and lots more.
Get Leapsome's best-practice questions for running an employee survey during the Covid-19.
The simplicity and efficiency of eNPS makes it the perfect candidate for getting started with measuring employee engagement. Find out how to use eNPS and what to look out for.
Leapsome customer PlusDental wins the award in the SME Employee Development category with their application, “How we aligned the development of our employees to our corporate values” at the annual HR Excellence Awards.
When 79% of quitting employees leave due to feelings of under-appreciation, it's time for organisations to up their celebration game.
We compiled some feedback best practices and feedback examples to give to any employee (or boss!) so you don't have to.
For anyone who's ever suffered from an inefficient work meeting – 1-on-1 meetings may just be what you've been looking for.
Giving feedback is great for engagement, but it’s requesting feedback that really lays the groundwork for engaged teams.
Rather than waiting for millennials to ask, managers and HR departments need to be proactive in giving continuous, regular feedback.
Bringing change into the workplace can feel daunting, but it doesn't have to be.
Feedback culture might seem like a nice idea, but what is it really worth? And how can you figure out what it means for your business?
Claudia Braun is a partner at Return on Meaning GmbH, a boutique consultancy providing consulting, trainings, and workshops on culture and change management, leadership, and mindfulness. Her passion is to help find a sweet spot where meaningful work is an advantage for both employee and the company. Claudia previously worked at McKinsey & Company, consulting companies on subjects including organizational change and leadership. To learn directly from her experience, you can also book our regular feedback masterclass.