Since the term Employee Engagement was coined in the early 1990’s by William Kahn, professor of Organizational Behavior at Boston University, and measured, there has been little movement in creating engaged workplaces. The focus on how engagement produces greater discretionary effort and commitment departed from Kahn’s original ideas. He defines engagement as an employee’s ability to harness their full self at work.

This requires a different focus that includes growth opportunities, meaningful work, supportive leadership and personal well-being. This focus fuels employee engagement and fosters a deep sense of connection and fulfillment in the workplace. Organizations that unlock individual’s ability to bring their thoughts, feelings and energies to the workplace will see their employees thrive and their results soar.

Offerings for Employee Engagement & Retention