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The engagement interview is a periodic (yearly or half-yearly) one-on-one structured discussion between a superior and a subordinate. It’s a two-way deep and honest conversation to identify and reinforce factors that drive an individual’s retention and engagement.
Using this proactive interview method your staff will know that they are important and it will create a more honest and trustful manager-employee relationship and team atmosphere. This alone can lead to higher retention rates and higher engagement level. Establishing open communication on these vital topics will allow you to find win-win solutions for the discovered issues.
Beyond the process and key principles, each step of a proper interview flow will be explored and practiced during the training. Even a step-by-step series of questions to guide meaningful conversations and ensure fruitful outcomes will be provided and further fine-tuned for the managers. This will give a stable yet flexible basis for them to practice engagement interviews even with difficult employees, where significant ventilation or negative feedback can be expected and should be handled professionally. The engagement interview is to be an integrated part of the organization’s complex engagement solution that is to tackle the current labor market megatrends.
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