Questions to Keep Employees Engaged

Beth Miller |

A recent article from HR Specialist lists 15 questions you should ask new employees after their first 60 days of employment.

I would argue that leaders should be asking many of these questions on an ongoing basis and not just after the first 60 days on the job. Asking these questions in an environment of trust and openness can enhance the engagement of employees and ultimately lead to higher productivity. The more conversations you have with employees about their expectations the more they will feel that you care for them. Remember that as a manager/leader you are the number one reason why an employee remains engaged and productive OR whether she leaves. Make time to ask these questions as well as others, it is one way to show you care!

If you have other questions that have worked for you to keep employees engaged, please share them with our readers.

Click here to read the 15 questions you should ask your employee after 60 days.

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Beth Miller

Beth Miller

Beth Armknecht Miller’s passion for learning, and dedication to helping others, are strands woven throughout her distinguished career, which continue to guide her work with Executive Velocity, a top talent and leadership development advisory firm. As a trusted executive consultant, Vistage Chair, and committed volunteer, Beth holds herself to a rigorous standard of excellence, and she encourages her clients to do the same when pursuing their goals.

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