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What’s Working: Teacher Engagement and Teacher Leadership

What’s Working: Teacher Engagement and Teacher Leadership

We believe thirty years of data and research proves “employee (teacher) and client (student) engagement programs” are a well-accepted business strategy that provides evidence-based results. Research shows 70% percent of the workforce is disengaged and only 35% of managers are engaged. Furthermore, only 1 in 10 managers have the natural talent to manage, yet are also called upon to lead, mentor, coach, innovate and discipline. Schools and their employees are not exempt from this data.
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5 Turnover Excuses Your [Leadership and] Managers Should Never Make

5 Turnover Excuses Your [Leadership and] Managers Should Never Make

The right employee engagement survey adds a fundamental component in the process of “how to” improve employee engagement. Similar to a visit to the doctor, how can you expect leadership and managers to train and develop, mentor, retain employees, manage performance, and provide healthy reviews - if you don’t measure first and then align engagement training for the best results?
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Useless employee surveys and how to avoid them

I believe many software development companies don’t appreciate the fundamental value of a scientifically-validated, confidential, performance-based employee engagement survey tool. Understanding the value of an employee engagement survey, and it’s data, is helpful for people to also understand the difference between the definition of “employee engagement” and an “employee engagement program” that improves employee and client engagement.
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For one client a .10 increase in employee engagement
increased market share by 69%.

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