According to Dianah Worman, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development diversity adviser, encouraging employees to contribute more to an organisation is something that has lost importance recently.
In order to keep the traction going, managers need to have a variety of ways of stimulating the changes that need to be bedded down in businesses, with the expert advising firms to give people the recognition for achievement to keep energy levels up.
She recommended: "If you want to be really successful as a business then the best way of doing that is helping to engage your employees. You can't take your eye off the ball because we are in an economic crisis."
It comes after Wilson Wong, senior researcher at The Work Foundation, said sales managers hoping to engage their staff need to promote their company's values if they are to ensure that employers buy into the organisation's ethos.
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Source: The Sales Director News