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The power of full workforce engagement

Engaged employees aren't just better at their jobs; they really care about what they do and the company they work for. Their motivation comes from inside, not just from things like pay. And they don't just do the bare minimum—they're genuinely enthusiastic and work well with others. According to Gallup, companies with more engaged employees see a 21% boost in productivity, showing just how important it is to keep employees engaged.

Engaged teams help drive profitability

Engaged teams play a pivotal role in bolstering profitability, particularly in customer-facing positions. Their dedication results in improved quality of output and, for customer facing staff, exceptional service for paying customers, cultivating a sense of value and enjoyment in every brand interaction. This bond nurtures customer loyalty, an invaluable asset given that loyal advocates not only spend more but are also more cost-effective to retain than acquiring new customers.

Research shows that loyal customers, which make up approximately 20% of your audience, contribute up to 80% of the revenue, by spending 67% more than new customers. And the cost of acquiring new customers is five times higher than retaining existing ones. These stats highlight the critical role that engaged teams play in nurturing customer loyalty. Furthermore, loyal customers often transform into brand advocates, actively supporting marketing initiatives and contributing to brand growth by attracting new customers, all achieved without increasing marketing budgets.

Engaged teams accelerate workflows

Engaged teams drive significant workflow enhancements through collaboration, demonstrating remarkable results. Their shared understanding of strengths and perspectives creates alignment, propelling projects forward collectively. This shared focus ensures swift progress and timely work delivery, showcasing their ability to effectively accelerate workflows.

Engaged teams lead to long-term employee retention

Engaged teams play a vital role in nurturing long-term employee retention. When teams exhibit high engagement, it often translates into extended job tenure for individuals, highlighting a strong correlation between engagement and prolonged roles within the organisation. Plus, happier, engaged employees form an environment where collaboration flourishes, amplifying the overall enjoyment of work. When employees find satisfaction in their tasks and feel genuinely valued within their roles, it becomes a compelling force that encourages them to remain in their positions for longer.

Engaged teams deliver better work

Engaged teams consistently produce superior work quality. The willingness of every team member to go above and beyond elevates the overall standard of work. This commitment to exceeding expectations and delivering exceptional results is a hallmark of engaged teams, leading to consistently higher-quality outputs.


This article contains a snippet from our eBook, Unleashing employee potential and productivity through engagement. This eBook offers proactive solutions to empower HR leaders to strategically reposition employee engagement as a catalyst for driving productivity and performance, serving as a comprehensive guide to providing actionable insights to craft robust engagement strategies, overcome productivity challenges and establish a stronger connection between engaged employees and enhanced organisational performance. Download the eBook here.

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