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Are your employees checked out?

Isolate the cause of low employee engagement—and take action to fix it.

       

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Imagine you have a team of 10 employees using a rope to pull a boulder up a hill. 

  • Two people are pulling with all their might. 
  • Seven people are pulling—but not at full force.
  • One person is actively sawing the rope in half.

If your people are disengaged, this is what’s happening in your workplace every day. And it’s preventing you from reaching your business goals. 

Just imagine what your company could achieve if all employees pulled in the same direction at full force! The revolutionary PI Diagnose solution makes this dream a reality.

The PI Diagnose solution

The PI Diagnose solution is a powerful framework for solving engagement problems—and maintaining employee engagement. From software to workshops to expert consulting, we give you the tools and knowledge you need to shift your company into high gear. 

Here’s how we can help:

What causes low employee engagement?

Our researchers have identified four forces that destroy engagement

  • A mismatch between the employee and their Job
  • A mismatch between the employee and their Manager
  • A mismatch between the employee and the People on their team
  • A mismatch between the employee and the Organization

Your company might be fighting against one of these forces—or all four. In any case, you have employees who do the bare minimum to avoid getting fired. 

The PI Employee Experience Survey measures employee engagement across the four categories—and delivers a custom action plan so you can fix what’s broken.

How much is disengagement costing you? Find out with this calculator.

What causes high employee engagement?

The four forces that destroy engagement are the same four forces that drive engagement:

  • A match between the employee and their Job
  • A match between the employee and their Manager
  • A match between the employee and the People on their team
  • A match between the employee and the Organization

Actively engaged employees go above and beyond because they’re emotionally committed to your company’s success. These are the people who pull the boulder up the hill with all their might. 

The PI Employee Experience Survey identifies areas where engagement is strong—so you can keep doing more of what’s working well. 

FAM increased employee engagement, productivity, and trust.

How to diagnose engagement and develop an action plan

Talent optimization means keeping the above four forces top of mind with every people decision you make. And that begins with diagnosing employee engagement at your company. 

To diagnose employee engagement you need to:

  • Analyze engagement on a macro (company-wide) level
  • Analyze engagement on a micro (team-wide) level
  • Isolate what’s causing low engagement (so you can correct the problem)
  • Isolate what’s causing high engagement (so you can do more of it)
  • Take action to solve problems and maintain successes

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