In formal and less formal environment, at university lectures, conferences and on the social media today’s focus is the employee engagement or it is better to
say the lack of employee engagement. Companies are putting a lot of money and effort to attract future workers, build their own distinctive employer brand and measure their employees’ satisfaction, engagement to their organisations. We all know that
and WE ALL participate in all these company initiatives as leaders.
However, this time I would like to share with you a practice which you can use to discover
your direct team motivational factors and based on the outcome to manage your system.
My organisation completed with the joining of the last team, so I wanted
to start a dialogue to have an understanding of the team real motivational set-up, to create an environment when each team members can share their expectations, focuses and struggles as well. And naturally, to know each other and ourselves better, as for some
of the collegues this was the first time they met people form other organisational unit. So, we are in a phase of defining our way of working under the umbrella of the company values.