Use Our Bright Ideas Campaign to:
- Initiate a highly effective, high energy and motivating suggestion system
- Drive employee engagement
- Give your current suggestion program a shot-in-the-arm
- Target specific aspects of your business such as process improvement, safety, employee retention, cost reduction or customer satisfaction
- Identify ways to cut costs
- Improve communication
- Increase worker motivation and employee engagement
- Get 100% participation from the bottom of the organization to the top
Capturing employee suggestions and ideas engages and improves employee motivation, creating a more productive and satisfying work environment. Yet many ignore the untapped resource of their employees who know their jobs better than any expert.
Marsha Myers of Lee Hecht Harrison said, “Managers usually overlook the company’s most valuable asset and source of information – their employees. As the economy slows, creative organizations can find new ways to drive revenue and reduce costs by seeking employee suggestions.” Our Idea Campaigns are different than typical employee suggestion programs. The Campaign is a proven way to capture hundreds of ideas to improve productivity, cut costs and drive improvements from the bottom up in a short time period. This unique Campaign captures ideas, drives involvement and identifies cost savings ideas from the bottom of the organization to the top. The ideas and suggestions you will obtain will improve your bottom line as well as create a high level of motivation and enthusiasm from your workforce. The Bright Ideas Campaign has been used by hundreds of organizations with proven results. It is not a “program,” but a self-contained, high performance Campaign that can revert to an on-going employee suggestion program for your organization.
Fact #1: Just 41% of employees think their senior management supports new ideas and new ways of doing things.
Fact #2: Just 37% of employees think senior management tries to be visible and accessible to employees.
Fact #3: A whopping 60% of employees think their organization’s employee suggestion program does not exist or is ineffective.