Do Your Employees Have Lack-Of-Action Fatigue?

All talk, no action — it doesn’t work with customers and it doesn’t work with employees.  If all you do is talk about making changes, but they don’t see them, then your efforts go to waste.

This point was driven home at the Culture First conference by Culture Amp that I recently invited as a member of the press to attend.  The importance of taking action on employee feedback was a consistent theme among the speakers. Collecting employee feedback is no longer enough for robust, effective employee engagement.  If employers truly want to engage their employees and reap the benefits of doing so, they must use that feedback and take action on it.

Please check out my new Forbes article, “Employee Feedback Is Good For Employee Engagement; Action Is Better,” which outlines three ways to ensure employee feedback is translated into action.


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