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5 Unusual Ways To Connect And Engage Your Employees


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by Eva Wislow is an entrepreneur and career coach at CareersBooster

To win in business, you must possess the necessary resources. Even today, human resources are the most important “tools” that you can leverage in order to expand your business. The digital tools and solutions and the new technology advancements are not to be neglected, yet employees…well, they must be happy!

In today’s post, we’re showing you 5 brilliant ways that’ll help you connect and engage your employees. If your team is strong, your business is strong. Remember: you do not only need to help them engage with each other; you should engage with them too!

1. Show Them that You Care.

OfficeVibe has recently surveyed a big group of employees. It resulted that 63% of employees do not feel that they are appreciated at work? Well, you might be surprised! Now that you know what one of their main problems is, you can start showing them that you care. How?

First off, begin by appreciating small results. Speak to them frequently, letting them know that you like what they did. Engage with them, and don’t be too serious every time. Moreover, tell me them that every member of the business is like family, and if they encounter any sort of problems, they can freely ask you for help.

2. Give Them Purpose.

Every human being needs a purpose. You can’t expect to see your employees’ full potential without them having a purpose. Every time someone joins the company, let them understand what your organization’s mission is. Let them know the real cause for which you’re fighting for. Money’s not a sufficient motivator; dreams are!

3. Provide Constructive Feedback Consistently.

According to the same survey, an astonishing 69% of employees report that if they would get more feedback, they would work harder. And yet, so many employers forget to leave feedback.

Do things differently by offering your employees consistent feedback. It could be weekly, based on projects, or monthly. Nevertheless, collective feedback and personal feedback are two very distinct concepts. Both are necessary and advised!

4. Help Them with Their Personal & Professional Growth.

If your company’s recruitment policy is based on long-term hires, you might as well invest in your long-term “assets” (employees) right from the start. As a leader of a business, you’re probably well aware of what skills and knowledge an employee would need in order to perform better at work.

Your employees might not think this way. Some of them might even come to work in order to do their hours and get their paycheck. When you give them everything they need in order to progress, “growth” doesn’t look that complicated anymore. If your educational resources are helpful, they’ll remain forever indebted.

5. Build Real Relationships.

Real relationships are based on honest feelings. They’re based on respect, kindness, and consistency. Have you ever imagined having a team of highly efficient professionals who also go out every now and then? That would be great, wouldn’t it? That fusion would make you feel secure that your company’s safe; your employees will not leave because they’re a real team.

How do you build these relationships? Well, get involved. Organize some off-work meetings and invite everyone. Do this every month. You can even organize different activities like hitchhiking or surfing. Do whatever brings positive emotions on a collective level!


If you want a prosperous business performance, your employees need to be happy and engaged. It’s the leader’s responsibility to guide, organize, and motivate his employees to work better. The more you get involved in this process the better your employees will react to your standards and expectations. Win their trust and their hearts and your business shall experience a stable, long-term growth.


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Eva Wislow is an entrepreneur and career coach at CareersBooster, online resume writing service. Eva maintains a strong interest in bringing the digital revolution in human resources. She writes for Business.com and other well-known resources. Follow Eva on Twitter.