Organizational Achievement Through Employee Engagement
Management of Human Resources MGT-331-CL02
April 20, 2014
Dr. Kathryn Adamson, PhD.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. Introduction 2
II. Issues Addressed 2-4
III. Analysis of Issues 4-5
IV. Conclusion 5
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With a culture of empowerment established, organizational success can be improved trough the innovative thoughts and actions of personnel.
Launching a change from the normal work culture to one of empowerment can become a situation where both managers and employees feel intimidated. Managers may feel they will lose control of their departments while employees may feel they will lose support or may feel anxious about acquiring this new standing which they may feel unqualified. It is therefore important for the manager to demonstrate that they value and trust their employees, as well as realize. Displaying appreciation for employee uniqueness is the first step in achieving trust and loyalty. The appreciation displayed will help people feel that they are part of the organization, not only their individual job (Niehoff, Moorman, Blakely, & Fuller , 2001, p. 97). By allowing the characteristic of trust and valuing the individuals, both the manager and employee can experience a sense of control and support. Insuring all employees know and have access to the organization's overall mission, vision, and strategic plans, and including them in the actual planning and accepting their input on the overall planning, will lead them in a direction that will display their commitment and competency (Allen, 2012).
Involvement of employees in the goals and direction of the organization are imperative in the empowerment of the employee. Contributions from