It goes without saying that nobody wishes to do a bad job. Yet employee engagement surveys continue to show low levels of employee engagement with little or no sign of improvement despite all the efforts to remedy the problem.
And it is a problem because it is equally self-evident that disengaged people are very unlikely to be performing at or near their full potential. In more business-like terms this means that they are not as productive as they could/should be. Yet the fact nobody wants to do a bad job would suggest that there are other things that are preventing them from doing a better job. Is it possible that this due more to the way you manage your people than anything else?