Assess And Improve Engagement And
Fulfillment On Every Level Of Your
It is a simple fact of business life that any job, from investment banker to dishwasher, can become unsatisfying, even miserable. Eliminate the primary causes of job misery, and you can boost job fulfillment and increase employee productivity . . . improve employee retention . . . and give the entire organization a powerful competitive advantage.
What does the Inventory measure?
According to Patrick Lencioni in his bestselling book The Three Signs of a Miserable Job, three underlying factors make a job miserable:
The EEMI 180 is an observer-based tool for the manager's direct reports. Participants will use the feedback from the 180-degree assessment to identify their strengths and weaknesses in terms of the Three Signs.
- Anonymity: The feeling that people get when they feel unknown or invisible at work
- Irrelevance: The impression that one's work has no real impact on the lives of others
- Immeasurement: The inability of an employee to assess his or her own level of contribution and success
Items in the Assessment: 36 (12 for each of the core Three Signs)
Time: 20 minutes
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Who is it for?
The 36-item Employee Engagement Management Inventory (EEMI) targets those individuals best suited to revitalize and revolutionize their workplaces: managers. It helps managers identify their susceptibility to the three primary causes of job misery and assess their weaknesses and their strengths.
"Don't let the simplicity of his message fool you. Lencioni provides powerful, practical real-world solutions for improving results by putting people first."
What does the EEMI measure?
—Jeff Lamb, Senior Vice President Administration and Chief People Officer, Southwest Airlines
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