Before you can find the right answers, you need to ask the right questions. And that’s just what you get in this free e-book, Engaging Questions: The Question is the Answer, from the Employee Engagement Network.
Whether you need to begin the dialog or explore a specific issue related to employee engagement in your workplace, this e-book is a great source of more than 100 thought-provoking and starter questions.
Here’s a sample:
- Who is responsible for employee engagement? (from Art Bingham, p. 22)
- What would you need to see from management, so you would know that they were as engaged as they want you to be? (from Christine Dunn, p. 39)
- What things do people in your work group do that make you feel connected to your company? (from Tim Houlihan, p. 26)
- When we hire new employees, how can our onboarding process maintain the enthusiasm they have when they accept a position? (from Peggy Foster, p. 8)
- Beyond knowing how many employees work in the company, do top managers know many employees are actually contributing to the company’s success? And what can they do to ensure the second number equals the first? (my question, p. 15).