How to Improve Employee Engagement through their EQ
Shaming peers squander their ability to thrive. Fear is a common feeling that is shamed. A workplace culture supporting feelings like fear embrace employee wellbeing. This action endorses the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Americans with Disabilities Act. Addressing how employee's problem-solve at work initiates an improvement to how they solve performance behavior issues.
According to existing research a culture that invests in health and wellbeing knowledge-sharing improves employee engagement. Professionals trained in employee performance expedites performance outcomes.
Workplace environment factors are also factors to performance according to the Well Living Lab. Fear exists due to internal and external factors. Professionals that apply person, task, and environment services address all factors to debilitating feelings that risk mental health. Todd Kashdan identifies emotional variables are also linked to surroundings in Why We Need More Science and Less Speculation on Fear, Sadness, and Happiness.