How personalisation unlocks emotion and employees’ potential
When done right, Personalised Employee Experiences unlock human potential by putting the emotional needs of employees front and centre.
In this White Paper, I seek to join the dots between employee experience, personalisation, and intrinsic motivation, give three examples of how leaders are looking to maximise positive employee emotion in business today, and provide four tips for understanding the emotional impact of personalisation that can be applied immediately to your organisation or team.
This is a companion piece to ‘what is personalisation’; building on the argument that Williams makes, personalisation demonstrates care and enables connection between the employee and the organisation, and as such, it’s a performance multiplier.
What is feeling nurtured?
What is feeling safe?
A recent MIT study found that these are the highest-ranking reasons why workers are handing in notices of quitting their jobs, often with no job to go to…
What is feeling accepted?
“This starts with creating a safe space where team members can express themselves freely and be vulnerable, connect with each other and experience their common humanity. Building deep relationships with others takes time, tenacity, and a willingness to keep showing up, but the pay-off is immense.”
4 Tips and Reminders for Trust-based Personalisation
When Captain Abrashoff took over as commander of USS Benfold, it was like a business that had all the latest technology but only some of the productivity. Abrashoff shares his secrets of successful management including:
Communicate & Communicate - emotional expression
The more Abrashoff communicated the plan, the better the crew’s performance. His crew eventually started calling him “Megaphone Mike” since they heard from him so often.
Create discipline by focusing on purpose
Discipline skyrocketed when Abrashoff’s crew believed that what they were doing was important.
See the ship through the eyes of the crew - empathy
By soliciting a sailor’s suggestions, Abrashoff drastically reduced tedious chores that provided little additional value.
After learning that many sailors wanted to use the GI Bill, Abrashoff brought a test official aboard the ship and held the SATs forty miles off the Iraqi coast. From achieving amazing cost savings to winning the highest gunnery score in the Pacific Fleet, Captain Abrashoff’s extraordinary campaign sent shock waves through the U.S. Navy. It can help you change the course of your ship, no matter your business battles are fought.
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