The 3 things managers should know about engagement

Here’s what employees need to feel engaged at work. Take notes because most executives, despite their best efforts, don’t understand the employee perspective.

I enjoyed‘s summary of Deloitte’s Core Beliefs and Culture survey. A company’s culture and foundation—its core values and beliefs—are indisputably important to employees and their ability to engage in an organization and their work. Yet, executives still miss the mark on several points.

Thankfully, executives (94 percent) and employees (88 percent) alike agree company culture is important to business success. But there are big misses on several fronts, too.

1. Employees say strategy is nothing without culture.

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