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Employees are 2.8 times more likely to be engaged at work when they regularly talk to their manager about their goals and successes.
Even worse, only 46% of employees say the communications they do receive from leaders are helpful, relevant, and include the information they need to do their jobs well. So not only are they get hearing from leaders often — when they do, it’s ineffective.
This leads to:
Misalignment, as leaders and employees fall out of sync.
Disengagement, as trust and transparency breaks down.
Massive waste, in time, productivity, profit, and potential.
Three steps can help leaders inside organizations of all shapes and sizes start to change this story.
The bottom line: When leaders deliver the information employees need in a timely manner, it increases engagement and productivity. And when they seek and implement feedback, they are giving their employees a voice and a stake in the organization’s long-term success.
Go deeper: Learn the four key pillars that make internal communication strategies a success.