On the one hand, we want employees to stay in their jobs, but on the other hand, it means facing the challenge of keeping tenured employees connected, productive, and passionate about their work. It’s engagement. Otherwise, boredom or just getting by through minimal efforts results. This is not what creates winning work environments or profitable companies.
Disengagement becomes a disease of indifference among employees, and it costs plenty. Gallup reports in their latest State of the Global Workforce Report that such disengagement comes with a $7 trillion price tag globally in lost productivity.
Best practiced with a coaching management style, try any of these to get the conversation going with a disengaged employee, remove them from the sidelines and make them part of things again: