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Employee engagement meeting template 

Discuss engagement with a team member and show your support when it's low.

Templates for checking employee engagement

Engagement needs to be measured often. The motivation your employees feel at work is a key factor in high performance and retention. However, disengagement can come in many forms. There are many factors that affect engagement, which is why you need to dig deeper when you suspect that it might be trending down. It’s not an impossible task! All you have to do is pay attention and address issues as soon as you spot them.

Our management experts have created a template to assess engagement during a one-on-one. You’ll find questions targeted toward key areas of engagement and tips on what to do during your meeting and what to watch out for. This template will serve as a guide during your conversation with a team member who seems unmotivated or unfulfilled at work.

How to assess employee engagement

As a manager, you should assess engagement frequently. You can do it with Pulse Surveys and during your regular one-on-ones, which allow you to take a closer look at what engagement looks like with each team member.

Use this template when you spot symptoms of disengagement like:

  • Poor collaboration or communication between teammates.

  • Lack of professional development goals or motivation to grow beyond their role.

  • Signs of stress at work.

  • Absence of recognition or feedback given to their peers.

Additional resources

Ready to learn more about engagement? We’ve got something for you:

Disengaged employees: all you need to reactivate engagement

10 employee engagement metrics every manager should watch

7 Benefits of employee engagement, and how to keep it up

How we used Officevibe to increase our remote employee engagement

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