Are you flying with a six pack of employee engagement?
In this case, I don’t mean half a dozen beers.
The six essential instruments in a light aircraft are often referred to as the six pack:
- airspeed indicator
- attitude indicator
- turn coordinator
- heading indicator
- vertical speed indicator
Do you monitor 6 strong “indications” of your employee engagement to get you successfully to your destination?
- Airspeed indicator – how fast can you move towards your goal?
- Attitude indicator – is everyone maintaining a strong and positive attitude and avoiding too much wobble?
- Altimeter – how high can you climb with fully engaged employees?
- Turn coordinator – are you responsive to change to turn back to employee engagement if you begin to drift off course? Can you feel exhilarated while making a steep turn?
- Heading indicator – do you stay vigilant about where you are headed?
- Vertical speed indicator – how quickly can you climb to new levels of employee engagement?
Grab a coffee, jump into the workplace cockpit, and prepare to take off with these indicators of employee engagement.
Of course, you could also grab a six pack of beer or root beer and have a down-to-earth discussion about employee engagement with the team of people you work with.