JOB PERFORMANCE NOT A PREDICTOR OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

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New Analysis Linking Engagement Scores with Appraisal Scores Shows Low Performers More Engaged than High and Middle Performers

Every leader wants engaged employees, but how much do you really know about engagement in your organization? For instance:

  • Are your high performers the most engaged employees?
  • What about your middle performers: are they more engaged than your low performers?
  • And how about your low performers: are they even engaged at all?

You’ll want to read on before you rush to answer these questions. Because the six findings shared in this white paper reveal surprising new engagement information that will forever change the way you define and lead employee engagement.

Leadership IQ has discovered that in 42% of organizations, low performers are actually MORE ENGAGED than high performers. Think about that for a moment: The employees bringing you the least value are often more engaged than the folks who reliably deliver good and great performance.

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JOB PERFORMANCE NOT A PREDICTOR OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Mark Murphy, founder and CEO of Leadership IQ, is one of the country's leading management and communication experts. The force behind some of the largest leadership studies ever conducted, Mark's leading-edge research has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Inc., CNBC, CBS MarketWatch, Fortune, Forbes, Business Week, U.S. News & World Report, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times and more. He has also appeared on ABC's 20/20, CBS News, Fox Business News and NPR.

A sought after speaker, Mark has lectured at Harvard Business School, Yale University and more. His clients include Microsoft, IBM, GE, MasterCard, Merck, AstraZeneca, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Johns Hopkins and hundreds more. He is the author of several best-selling books including Hiring for Attitude, HARD Goals, Hundred Percenters, Generation Y and the New Rules of Management, and The Deadly Sins of Employee Retention.

Mark’s research on the quality implications of large-scale cost-cutting earned him the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s “Helen Yerger Award for Best Research.” He was also a three-time nominee for Modern Healthcare’s “Most Powerful People in Healthcare Award.”