Mind your P’s for an engaged climate
Curtis Walker Jr. wrote a white paper for The Forum on Perceived Climate for Engagement and the Role of Social Influences in Fostering Individual Engagement and Performance Behaviors. He found a positive and significant relationship between an individual employee’s perception of an organization’s climate and that individual’s level of engagement. Employees perceive themselves as performing better when they perceive the work climate positively. Workplaces can significantly improve employee performance by offering clear and proper guidance on the three major “P’s” of any workplace; policies, procedures, and practices.
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