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    1 : EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT I don’t pretend to know all the answers, but the questions are certainly worth thinking about. Authur C Clarke
    2 : BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY Engagement: Building our school from within
    3 : Blue Ocean, Engagement Tell me what you want me to do and I’ll do it... …..ENGAGED?
    4 : “Engagement is the state in which individuals are emotionally and intellectually committed to the organization as measured by three primary behaviors: Say, Stay and Strive.” “The extent to which employees put discretionary effort into their work in the form of brainpower, extra time, and energy.” Blue Ocean, Engagement
    5 : ENGAGEMENT IS A CLEAR STRIDE AHEAD OF EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION: It encompasses colleagues who: Believe in our mission, our values Desire to work to make things better Understand the ‘bigger picture’ Respect and are helpful to colleagues Show willingness to ‘go the extra mile’ Keep up to date with developments Blue Ocean, Engagement
    6 : Satisfaction Commitment Engagement Positive Correlation With Performance Lower Higher How much people like it here How much people want to improve How much people want to—and actually do—improve Blue Ocean – An Evolutionary Journey Blue Ocean, Engagement
    7 : Engagement is the energy, passion, the fire in the belly colleagues have for our schools Stay: Desire to be a member of our school Say: Speak positively about our school Strive: Go beyond what is required Blue Ocean, Engagement
    8 : Why? Some may believe employee engagement is a short-term fix… ...others that 100% of employee engagement is something that is achievable – Blue Ocean, Engagement
    9 : The fact is that ENGAGEMENT is only ever improved upon For ‘Blue Ocean’ to be effective within our school, engagement must be a way of life, where we foster an environment that provides staff with purpose, joy, direction and inspiration. Blue Ocean, Engagement
    10 : ENGAGEMENT is an ongoing, everyday occurrence that becomes central to the culture of JESS. ENGAGEMENT is a journey that starts at the top of the school and makes its way throughout. There is no magic formula. Blue Ocean, Engagement
    11 : Opportunity: To attract, motivate and retain talented staff To build and sustain Blue Ocean JESS through people Challenge: To understand how to measure and build Engagement To provide the leadership required to engage staff Imperative: Because people are our true source of competitive advantage Blue Ocean, Engagement
    12 : Defining Employee Engagement - The Drivers Blue Ocean, Engagement
    13 : ENGAGEMENT EXISTS WHEN WE FEEL: Physically Intellectually Emotionally.. ... attached to our work (Adapted from Kahn,1990) Blue Ocean, Engagement
    14 : Leadership style is key Leaders avoid: ..this is my way ..do what I say ..because I am your manager Rather they: inspire motivate engender trust offer respect Blue Ocean, Engagement
    15 : Leadership style is key If as leaders we can: inspire motivate and engender trust then... ‘BRING ON THE FUTURE!’ Blue Ocean, Engagement
    16 : Leadership style is key Effective leaders: make tough decisions with courage and speed adapt quickly, listening and learning from feedback are confident, honest, delivering clear and consistent messages do what they say they will act as one team, speak with one voice Blue Ocean, Engagement
    17 : We all need to feel valued and challenged…. ....never threatened Blue Ocean, Engagement
    18 : MEASUREMENT OF ENGAGEMENT: Engaged vs. Burnout Energy vs. Exhaustion Dedication vs. Cynicism Absorption vs. Detachment Blue Ocean, Engagement
    19 : COMPETITION FOR TALENT MEANS THAT WE HAVE TO BE VERY GOOD AT ATTRACTING, MOTIVATING AND RETAINING STAFF Our talented staff is our biggest asset, we need to measure how well it is adding value Engagement is increasingly important because: Measuring Engagement tells us how well we are doing Engagement levels correlate with performance Driving Engagement levels higher improves our ability to attract, motivate and retain talent Blue Ocean, Engagement
    20 : A simple code: Listen with your full attention Look for the good in others Have a sense of humour- but not at the expense of others And, always say thank you for a good job well done OUTCOMES FROM THIS SIMPLE CODE? What do you think? Blue Ocean, Engagement
    21 : Leadership commitment Compelling promises to employees Aligned people to practices Connection to our, mission and values Engaged employees Differentiated high– performance culture Engagement to Blue Ocean- Catch the wave! ‘BLUE OCEAN’ Blue Ocean, Engagement
    22 : Steve Garvey Deep “Blue Ocean!” Blue Ocean, Engagement
    23 : Let’s hit the reset button! Reaffirm our way of working: Dynamic, getting things done Collaborative Pupil focused 21st century thinking, creative Performance driven Trust based Blue Ocean, Engagement
    24 : DON’T CHASE THE PAPER, CHASE THE DREAM. Blue Ocean, Engagement
    25 : Steve Garvey Deepest “Blue Ocean!” Blue Ocean, Engagement
    26 : Blue Ocean, Engagement Are you Engaged?
    27 : Bibliography First, Break All the Rules: What the World's Greatest Managers Do Differently. (Buckingham and Coffman, 1999). The Power of Full Engagement. (Loehr and Schwartz, 2003) 12 Elements of Great Managing. (Wagner and Harter, 2006). Engagement is Not Enough. (Ayers, 2006). 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave. (Branham, 2005). The psychological conditions of meaningfulness, safety and availability and the engagement of the human spirit at work. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 77. (May, Gilson, and Harter, 2004). Antecedents and consequences of employee engagement. Journal of Managerial Psychology. 12(7). (Saks, 2006). Measurements of work engagement with a short questionnaire. Educational and Psychological Measurements. 66(4). (Schaufeli and Bakker, 2006). Hardwiring Excellence. (Studer, 2003). The One Thing You Need to Know. (Buckingham, 2005). Resonant Leadership. (Boyatzis and McKee, 2005). Good to Great. (Collins, 2001). Psychological conditions of personal engagement and disengagement at work.. The Academy of Management Journal, 33, 692-724. (Kahn, 1990) Blue Ocean, Engagement

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