The Opportunity

Engagement Matters – Organizations with highly engaged employees experience lower turnover, more productivity, and higher sales.

The Challenge

Only one-third of organizations have a workforce that is engaged or highly engaged.  This not only leads to chronic underperformance, but it exposes organizations to increased operational and financial risk.

The Solution

Engagement is not an individual issue.  Employees, leaders, and organizations all need to adapt to create an environment that empowers engagement.

The Process

Sitoumus employs and ongoing process, backed by empirical business experience and academic research.  We empower leaders to be more engaged

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Exercise communication and transparency in way that engages employees by letting them know how change will affect them and further their shared goals with the organization.

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When organizational change is coming, explain how it relates to your mission — and how it will benefit employees

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