Infographic: What Does An Engaged Organization Look Like?

To create an engaged organization, you need the energy of employees communicating, collaborating, building trust, and promoting shared values. That’s when magic happens!

When those things are missing, the results can be tragic.

View this infographic to see the difference between engaged and disengaged organizations.

 

 


 

ENGAGED DISENGAGED

Employees take primary
RESPONSIBILITY for
their own engagement.

Employees are NOT
ACCOUNTABLE
and leave
engagement to others.

Employees are the
strongest ADVOCATES
for their company and
their brand.

Employees DON’T CARE
about the organization,
and talk negatively about
their jobs and others.
COLLABORATION is active and enthusiastic. SABOTAGE is occurring, whether active or passive.
Employees eagerly resolve QUALITY & SAFETY issues. Employees have LITTLE COMMITMENT to safety or quality beyond requirements.
Employees create ENERGY in others that can be felt­ — it’s almost palpable. Employees DRAIN ENERGY from others. The organization feels lethargic.
There is appreciation, gratitude, and willingness to CONTRIBUTE. Employees FEEL ENTITLED and become resentful when they don’t receive what they feel entitled to.
Employees engage ANYTIME, ANYWHERE, regardless of whether the boss is watching. Employees WON’T PUT FORTH DISCRETIONARY EFFORT on their own.
The organization is SELF-LED, EMPOWERED, AND DETERMINED. The organization is OVER-MANAGED AND UNDER-LED.
Feelings of engagement and love for the job are GENUINE. Enthusiasm for the job is blatantly ARTIFICIAL.

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