Managing For Sustainable Employee Engagement: Developing A Behavioural Framework

Managing For Sustainable Employee Engagement: Developing A Behavioural Framework

Evidence suggests that employee engagement has a positive and significant effect on organisations, and that managers are pivotal to engagement and wellbeing.
Research, funded by the CIPD and led by Affinity Health at Work through a consortium of employers and other stakeholders, has brought together two existing frameworks of management behaviours and competencies that enhance engagement and prevent and reduce employee stress. The resulting single can be used as a tool to help build sustainable employee engagement.
This guidance leaflet briefly sets out the framework, the background to its development and how it can be used. A full report including a literature review and more information on methodology, results and implications, is also available.

Managing For Sustainable Employee Engagement: Developing A Behavioural Framework

Date Published
Thu, 13 Dec 2012
Publisher
CIPD
Reference
Lewis, R., Donaldson-Feilder, & E., Tharani, T. (2012). Managing for sustainable employee engagement: Developing a behavioural framework. CIPD Publications: London.
Website
https://www.cipd.co.uk/knowledge/fundamentals/relations/engagement/management-guide
Categories
Keywords
Manager, Engagement, Framework, Management Behaviours

Evidence suggests that employee engagement has a positive and significant effect on organisations, and that managers are pivotal to engagement and wellbeing.
Research, funded by the CIPD and led by Affinity Health at Work through a consortium of employers and other stakeholders, has brought together two existing frameworks of management behaviours and competencies that enhance engagement and prevent and reduce employee stress. The resulting single can be used as a tool to help build sustainable employee engagement.
This guidance leaflet briefly sets out the framework, the background to its development and how it can be used. A full report including a literature review and more information on methodology, results and implications, is also available.

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