Employee Engagement Model

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Everyone has individual goals they want to meet, such as obtaining a bachelor’s degree, buying a house, or climbing up an organization’s managerial and executive tower. Similarly, executives of organizations have goals they want to meet for overall success of their companies. There are many components that must be thought of to build organizations, but in order for organizations and their individuals to become successful, the X-Model of Engagement and the Top 10s of Employee Engagement should be put into use. They are critical to all parts of companies. The X Model of Engagement is the first of critical components for organizations. It consists of all the employees and where they stand as of their contribution and satisfaction. The apex is …show more content…
Each level has their own way to become engaged, the individuals having to A.C.T. They must assess their goals to become their definition of success, communicate with their managers to determine where they should focus to benefit the company’s success and their own, and take action so they can become part of the apex in the X-model of engagement. Managers must C.A.R.E. about their employees, meaning they should coach to build solid relationships and development strategies, align daily priorities, recognize individual achievements, and engage in what matters most. Executives must build a C.A.S.E., meaning building a tight community within the organization, be authentic in what they say or do, be significant to help find greater meaning, and have the excitement to drive everything and everyone forward to individual and overall …show more content…
Managers will see that their executives are engaged and become engaged, which will lead to employees being engaged. Those who are engaged are the right people, which are chosen by both managers and executives in order to build success. For success to continue, short-term goals should be created and strived towards because they help to achieve long-term goals. When short- and long-term goals are achieved, or even any other time, those who are most engaged should be rewarded to keep them satisfied so they can continue to contribute. From this, managers and executives will be able to tell who are the under-performers, which will be focused on so they can become engaged and satisfied. Managers, executives, and employees alike all have individual goals, which should be focused on along with the goals of organizations. The X-model of Engagement and Top 10s of Employee Engagement set the path towards success, which is why they are a critical component in the overall success of companies. Without them, a company and an individual will not reach maximum or even minimal

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