What are the 4 key behaviours?
- Motivating - selling the direction and vision of the organisation and ensuring others can see how their role impacts the bigger picture
- Considering - recognising what you're asking from people and ensuring it's realistic and achievable. Supporting people in achieving their tasks. Recognising and rewarding a job well done
- Conversing - opening the channels for effective two-way communication. Sharing information in an open and honest way and being open to receiving information from others
- Caring - understanding that people have a life outside of work, respecting their time for family, friends and outside interests / hobbies. Showing an interest in them as individuals and demonstrating care for their needs
The 4 factors break down into 8 sub-factors that managers can focus on to create practical action plans for improvement...
Why is MC3 So effective?
Almost every organisation shares a common, yet often misunderstood challenge: managerial engagement.
This chart demonstrates the strength of the relationship between managerial engagement and overall engagement. When one is high, so is the other.
As the UK's largest engagement survey provider, Best Companies holds the biggest data set on engagement in the country. MC3 has been designed based on insights from this data, to directly tackle managerial engagement, by focusing on 4 key behaviours proven to have the greatest impact on results.