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Employee Engagement

Explore Gallup's research.

Understanding Black women's double minority status at work is a necessary part of building inclusive and equitable workplaces.

After the greatest fluctuation Gallup has recorded, employee engagement in 2020 finishes slightly above 2019 levels -- and 2021 starts even stronger.

Find out how an Australian telecom company has put metrics and its employees' CliftonStrengths to work to maximize customer engagement.

Learn what's top of mind for 150 of the world's leading CHROs in 2021, from employee performance and burnout to leadership compassion and trust.

Your organization's purpose and core competencies can help clarify priorities to keep employees hitting goals and avoiding burnout.

Too often, career development plans are missing a crucial element: who you are.

In the changing workplace, a manager's role is far more than supervisory. Is your organization underinvesting in their leadership development?

The "why" behind your career deserves more attention than "what" your career specifically is.

Gallup data find five variables giving the millennial generation a boost during COVID-19 that can help leaders keep them engaged after the crisis.

The SEC mandates human capital disclosure for publicly traded companies -- learn how to prepare for transparency.

It's time to let performance improvement plans go. Performance development plans chart a path toward better employee performance.

Puzzling Gallup Panel data show that across generations, remote workers are experiencing more negative emotions but high engagement and wellbeing.

Improve organizational and student outcomes by focusing on employee engagement.

After 12 months of workplace challenges, don't walk away from 2020 without these seven invaluable insights.

Turn your company into a human development machine by moving your managers from bosses to coaches.

Learn how the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted people's social and community wellbeing, and how individuals and teams can thrive even in these circumstances.

It takes courage for managers to face the people above and below them with honesty and conviction. Learn how to cultivate high-courage managers.