3.4 Employee Promise KPIs are measured weekly and displayed all around the business | Made to Thrive 20/34
Welcome to video 20 in this series of 34 two minute videos detailing the key concepts in my new book, Made to Thrive.
Made to Thrive outlines the five key roles that a leader must undertake to transition from being a good leader to being a great leader.
Those five roles are: accountability, ambassador, culture, strategy, and succession planning.
Today, we’re gonna be talking about 3.4. Employee promise KPIs are measured weekly and performance is displayed all around the business.
In the 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer, 80% of employees said that they trust their industry sector more than they trust their employer.
Furthermore, of the 20% who said they trust their employer more than they trust their sector, it was only by three percentage margin.
Employees want to trust employers, but employers often don’t give a meaningful reason for employees to trust them.
Trust must be earned.
The Employee Promise, by definition, must be measurable and it must meet the ideal employee’s needs.
And for that reason, the measurable part must be displayed and that will improve trust. And that will help to build retention and productivity rates.
Then, once you’ve built the system around the employee promise, it’s being measured regularly and it’s displayed all around the business, it can help to build your recruiting efforts.
And it can help as an authentic tool to help the ideal employees to join your business.
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