Is there really a difference in thinking about engagement, satisfaction, effort, appreciation, and developing and retaining talent, between your vocation (job) and avocation (hobby)?
Perhaps, if you dislike your job, the difference is huge. But what if you have a considerable amount of job satisfaction?
Read below to discover some ideas from the corporate world, GM specifically, and think about how all these statements apply to your organization/chorus.
“Recent employee engagement surveys conducted by General Motors and other large organizations suggest that employee perception of career growth within an organization is a primary driver of employee engagement. Committed to expanding efforts to find, grow and keep top talent, General Motors leveraged employee feedback from three GM employee engagement surveys over five years to engage global leaders, HR and employees in building resources to help employees grow their GM careers. Supporting approximately 80,000 global salaried employees, GM’s multimedia career resources have led to an increase in employee career satisfaction over a five-year period.
- Adopt and enhance career development resources within an organization.
- The importance of integrating learning resources with a company’s core values.
- Benefits: Engage leaders and employees in the development and deployment of learning resources.”
Read: Seek, develop, use and enhance the skills and talents of each member, to such an extent that progress seems limitless.
Get everyone engaged. Set new rules-it’s a new game.
(Thanks to CLO Media at http://resources.clomedia.com/ for this event brief!)