Why did we start the big engagement movement?

Engage & Grow has been driving employee engagement around the world for over 10 years. Our unique employee activation programmes have an average impact of more than 300 percent on employee engagement rates. This powerful impact returns to companies in the form of higher sales and customer satisfaction rates, lower employee turnover rates and, most importantly, a positive corporate atmosphere.

We made a great video.

Before you read this article (or even now) we invite you to watch it. It sums up very well how we felt as we started the big engagement movement.

We wholeheartedly believe what we are saying in this video.

We argue that high employee engagement is not just about “work”.

We know that people who work and produce are happy only if they are enthusiastic about their jobs.

We witness every day that people who willingly participate in their work experience a great positive change in their private lives.

When we say that employee engagement has a world-changing impact, we mean it.

Employee engagement creates a positive company culture, a positive life and good relationships.

Be sure to read this:

According to Dr. David R. Hamilton acts of kindness create emotional warmth, which releases a hormone known as oxytocin. Oxytocin is called ‘the love drug’, and also known as a ‘cardioprotective’ hormone because it protects the heart by lowering blood pressure. Engaging in acts of kindness also produces endorphins, which is the brain’s natural painkiller and makes you feel calm, safe, and trusting! Plus, it slows down the aging process. Yes you heard it right, kind people have 25% less cortisol (the stress hormone) and age two times slower than the average population!

We influence each other and are influenced by each other.

The planet we live on needs kindness right now. We need the productivity that comes with well-being.

If you think that employee engagement – life engagement – will save the world, put it forward and be part of our engagement movement.

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