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Employee Engagement Toolkit

Employee Engagement is a metric which measures an employee’s commitment to the organization. Employee engagement should focus on initiatives that retain employees and improve the culture. This may or may not include organizational development, employee feedback surveys, succession planning, and 360° surveys.

 Tools

Tools

White Papers and Articles

White Papers and Articles

Education

Education


 

Partner Shared Resources
ASHHRA would like to thank the following partners for contributing to this toolkit:

  • Avatar HR Solutions
  • HRET
  • HR Solutions, Inc.
  • HPOE
  • Morehead Associates
  • Pinstripe
  • Studer Group 
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , Office of Women's Health 


Tools 
Tools

  1. TeamSTEPPSTeamSTEPPS - Teamwork and Communication Tools HTML
    HPOE infographic HTML
    TeamSTEPPS—Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety—is designed to help health care providers improve patient safety through effective communication and teamwork skills.
    HPOE 2015

  2. The Business Case For Breastfeeding: Steps for Creating a Breastfeeding Friendly Worksite HTML
    The Business Case for Breastfeeding is a comprehensive program designed to educate employers about the value of supporting breastfeeding employees in the workplace. The program highlights how such support contributes to the success of the entire business.
    The National Women's Health Information Center (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , Office of Women's Health), June 26, 2011

  3. What to Do If Your Boss Is a Low Performer PDF
    Studer Group

  4. Management By Walking Around (MBWA) PDF
    HR Solutions, Inc.

  5. Return on Engagement Calculator PDF
    Avatar HR Solutions

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White Papers and Articles
White Papers and Articles

  1. Aligning Talent Strategies with Healthcare Quality PDF
    Pinstripe, December 2013
     
  2. HealthcareSource and Plantree Release Healthcare HR Influence
    Survey Results
    HTML
    HealthcareSource and Plantree, August 2013
      
  3. Are You Committed? Building Strong Mutual Respectful Relationships with Employees PDF
    Deborah Render, HR Pulse, Fall 2011

  4. Building Work Environments That Engage PDF
    Terri Howard, HR Pulse, Summer 2011

  5. Candidate Assessment: When Ignorance Is Not Bliss PDF
    Scott Fuhr, HR Pulse, Fall 2011

  6. Using Technology to Boost Survey Participation PDF
    Avatar  HR Solutions, 2011

  7. Career Stat: A Guide to Making the Case for Investing in the Frontline Hospital Workforce PDF
    Randall Wilson and Robert Holm, April 2012

  8. A Changing Workplace: Managing the Healthcare Worker Now and in the Future PDF
    Kevin Haeberle, HR Pulse, Fall 2011

  9. Consistent Change: Dealing Effectively With Change in a Rapidly Evolving Healthcare Environment PDF
    Mitchell Best, HR Pulse, Fall 2011

  10. Creating Effective Physician Wellness PDF
    Mitchell Best, HR Pulse, Summer 2011


  11. EMQ FamiliesFirst Link Performance and Learning to Help Children and Families in Crisis PDF
    Halogen Software

  12. Improving Employee Satisfaction in Healthcare through Effective Employee Performance Management PDF
    HealthcareSource, April 2011

  13. HR’s Current State: Our Role in Quality and Patient Safety PDF
    Michael DiPietro, HR Pulse, Winter 2011

  14. Using Work-Force Practices to Drive Quality Improvement: A Guide for Hospitals PDF
    HRET, June 2010

  15. CEO Gets a Buzz Cut as Employee Survey Participation Rate Reached 91.5% PDF
    HR Solutions, Inc.,
     
  16. Assessing Employee Engagement in a Unionized Environment PDF
    HR Solutions, Inc.
     
  17. Make Your Next Step, the Best Step PDF
    Ashley Nuese, HR Solutions, Inc.


  18. You Can’t Manage It If You Don’t Measure It: How Cape Fear Valley Started the Process of Measuring and Improving Employee Engagement PDF
    Michele Westphall,  HR Solutions, Inc.


  19. Virtual Health: Stellar Rise to Best-in-Class Status PDF
    HR Solutions, Inc.


  20. Healthcare Employee Engagement and HCAHPS PDF
    Sara Baker Stokes, Ph.D., Morehead Associates, September 20, 2012


  21. People Strategists: Driving a Culture of Health PDF
    Les C. Meyer, MBA, HR Pulse, Winter 2011


  22. Speaking Candidly: Encourage Employees to Share What’s Really on Their Minds PDF
    Deborah Render, HR Pulse, Summer 2011


  23. Thought Leader 2009: The Role of the Healthcare Human Resources in Advancing the Operational Efficiencies and Effectiveness PDF
    ASHHRA, July 23, 2009


  24. A Win Win Approach: Build and Strengthen Physician Engagement PDF
    Deborah Render, HR Pulse, Spring 2012


  25. Provena Health Case Study PDF
    Morehead Associates

  26. Guthrie Health Case Study PDF
    Morehead Associates

  27. Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady of Health System Case Study PDF
    Morehead Associates

  28. Community Medical Centers Case Study PDF
    Morehead Associates

  29. Bloomington Hospital Case Study PDF
    Morehead Associates

  30. Increasing Survey Response rate for Staff and Employed Physicians PDF
    Morehead Associates

  31. The ROI of Physician Engagement: What is the Physician Attitude Really Worth? PDF
    Morehead Associates

  32. How To Drive Physician Retention Thru Engagement PDF
    Morehead Associates

  33. Effective Goal Setting Using Morehead Employee Surveys PDF
    Morehead Associates

  34. How Often Should We Survey? The Impact of Survey Frequency PDF
    Morehead Associates

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Education
Education 

  1. Healthcare Engagement Baptist Health PDF
    Avatar HR Solutions
  2. HR’s Role as a Catalyst for Change PDF
    Morehead Associates, July 2011

  3. Advocate Christ Medical Center Video Case Study PDF
    Morehead Associates

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