Employees who are involved at work are usually more engaged, hard-working, and productive. Employees play a significant role in every company’s growth. Therefore, the importance of employee satisfaction and thus, employee engagement, is highly crucial for organizations of any size. The employees’ experience is influenced by the physical environment, tools, and technologies with which they work and how an employer demonstrates its commitment to employees’ health and success. Employee retention can be improved with proper employee engagement.
In any industry, leadership plays a vital role. A positive relationship between management and employees is therefore important for any organization in order to achieve better turnover and recognition.
Strong leadership is a critical requirement for proper communication of information between project team members. The manager and his leadership skills determine team communication, and the efficiency of the team increases with proper information sharing. Proper communication systems and knowledge sharing between team members are essential to maintaining the overall productivity of the organization in more complex environments and interdependent tasks. Management’s leadership can play a key role in the relationship with employees, team collaboration, and cohesion in a project environment.
The information delivered to the employees must be authentic. Demonstrating transparency in internal communications means that the intention and delivery of information are authentic. The sharing of information will help to balance transparency with business risks.
Regular communication between the employee and the management will keep the employees more engaged. Managers can also enhancecommunication with employeesby clarifying goals and priorities, sharing company information and learning about employees. Employees should have various accessible communication channels to communicate with management to share their needs and ask other queries.
Important changes and improved retention of employees start with a focused, genuine, transparent, and leadership-based communication strategy. In order to achieve organizational goals efficiently, leaders should consider several aspects including job satisfaction, employee performance, and organizational commitment.