Having the right tools to steer employee engagement is crucial. Employee engagement quotes can be used to appreciate the value of engagement of an employee. They can also motivate others to commit to the organization. Nonetheless, you must choose the quotes well in order to relay the message you intend. Here is a group of inspiring quotes you can leverage on:

Organization commitment

  1. “Paychecks can’t buy passion.” Brad Federman
  2. “Employee engagement is the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals.” Kevin Kruse
  3. “Engaged employees are not in the game for the sake of the game; they believe in the cause of the organization.” Paul Marciano
  4. “While people demand returns from financial investments they desire to contribute when emotionally invested.” Simon Sinek.
  5. “If you hire employees just because they work, they’ll work for the pay. But if you hire those who believe in your beliefs, they’ll work for you with tears, blood and sweat.” Simon Sinek.

For managerial team and executives

  1. “Your first customers are your employees. Look after them first and then customers later.” Ian Hutchinson
  2. “Employees who know that the company is concerned about them as an individual- not just as a worker – have high productivity, high satisfaction, and more fulfillment. Employees who are satisfied lead to satisfied customers and then to profitability.” Ann M. Mulcahy
  3. “What should high-performing companies strive to create: An excellent place for excellent people to do excellent work.” Marilyn Carlson
  4. “Employees engage with employers and brands when they’re treated as humans worthy of respect.” Meghan M. Biro

Harnessing a great team

  1. “The real deterrent on employee engagement is the damp, cold blanket of centralized authority. In most companies, power moves downwards from the CEO. Not only are the employees dissociated from most policy decisions, but they also lack the power to rise against self-centered and dictatorial supervisors.” Gary Hamel
  2. “You cannot sell it outside if you cannot sell it inside.” Stan Slap
  3. “Three variables inform you almost everything you should know about your company’s overall employee performance. They are customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and cash flow. … It is obvious that no company can succeed in the long term without enthusiastic employees who believe in its mission and understand how to achieve it.” Jack Welch
  4. “Everyone desires appreciation, so if you appreciate someone, don’t keep it a secret.” Mary Kay Ash
  5. “The first responsibility a leader has is to define reality. The last is saying thank you. Between those, the leader should be a servant.” Herman Miller