LOS ANGELES, July 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Eagle's Flight, an industry leader in the development and delivery of practical training programs for the global business community, today announced it has published a guide for organizations seeking to take their employee engagement to the next level. The e-book, Understanding and Improving Employee Engagement, is available for free download at https://www.eaglesflight.com/understanding-and-improving-employee-engagement.
Employee engagement is more than just a feeling of job satisfaction or employee morale. In its simplest terms, it is the level of commitment and degree of contribution an employee is willing to bring to the organization. The more engaged employees are, the more effort they put into their jobs, and thus, the greater the work output the company will receive. The new guide from Eagle's Flight explores the factors that nurture an engaged workforce and offers advice for organizations making important engagement strategy decisions. Features of the e-book include:
- Benefits of greater employee engagement
- Four organizational environment factors that contribute to employee engagement
- Three steps to boosting employee engagement
"Employee engagement has been a buzzword in the business world for more than two decades, but it still proves to be elusive and challenging to tackle," says Michelle Bennett, Vice President of Marketing for Eagle's Flight. "Understanding what employee engagement really is, why it's important, and what you can do to improve it will help your company harness its power. Our new e-book offers ideas and strategies for maximizing employee engagement and improving organizations' performance, culture, and bottom line."
For more information about this e-book or the innovative training programs Eagle's Flight offers, visit the company's website at eaglesflight.com.
About Eagle's Flight
Eagle's Flight is an innovative leader in the development and delivery of practical training programs for the global business community. Through experiential learning, they give organizations of all sizes a competitive edge by significantly strengthening workforces through lasting behavior change. Founded in 1988, their offerings include skill-based programs, conference events, leadership training, and custom initiatives. Globally, their programs are offered in 20 languages and represented by international licensees in 35 countries. This global network allows Eagle's Flight to seamlessly work with large, multinational companies and provide them with consistent training messages, methods, and solutions no matter where they may be located.
SOURCE Eagle’s Flight