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Employee Engagement:
It’s Business, and it IS Personal

When it comes to employee engagement, it is not strictly business, it’s personal. While providing resources and information enhances relationships, it takes more to strengthen them: a personal connection with people and an investment in their lives. I’ve been writing about this in recent posts. What I’ve found to be true is that the most […]
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Employee Engagement: A Partnership Mindset

Do you have a partnership mindset? Nothing extinguishes employee engagement more than feeling controlled, used or disrespected. But when employees are regarded as partners rather than subjects, they have the highest sense of value. Their performance matches their engagement, and they can accomplish amazing feats. I wrote about this sense of value in my last […]
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Creating a Culture of Engagement

Do you have a culture of engagement in your organization? I wrote about measuring employee engagement in my last post, here. Adopting a philosophy that puts people first, strengthens engagement, provided it’s backed by actions. In my work as a coach, I’ve seen enthusiasm skyrocket when leaders create a positive environment, promote helpfulness, value their staff, and provide the resources necessary […]
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How Do You Measure True Employee Engagement?

How do you measure true employee engagement in your organization? Surveys and studies indicate global job dissatisfaction is at a two-decade high. Disengaged employees account for nearly 70 percent of the workforce, which significantly affects the bottom line, according to data from Towers Watson. They cause corporate income, earnings and profits to suffer to the tune […]
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Tackling Employee Engagement
with Technology

I’ve been reviewing the latest employee engagement survey results published by Gallup that show only slight improvements over the last decade. With so many organizations focusing on Employee Engagement, why aren’t engagement levels across the world increasing? Here is the last of seven trends in engagement programs as reported by David Mizne, on 15five.com in […]
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7 Trends in Employee Engagement

The annual statistics on employee engagement have been released by the Gallup Organization, with only slight improvements in what is considered to be an important driver of business performance. With so many organizations focusing on Employee Engagement, why aren’t engagement levels across the world increasing? According to Gallup, companies that focus on measuring engagement rather […]
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7 Trends in Employee Engagement

According to Gallup, when companies focus exclusively on measuring employee engagement rather than on improving engagement, they often fail to make necessary changes that will engage employees or meet employees’ needs. These shortcomings include: Viewing engagement as a survey or program instead of as an ongoing, disciplined method to achieve higher performance Focusing more heavily […]
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The Problem with Measuring
Employee Engagement

With so many organizations focusing on Employee Engagement, why aren’t engagement levels across the world increasing? The Gallup Organization has published many annual reports based on their global workforce surveys. Everyone assumes a shared meaning for the concept of engagement, but there is little agreement in how to improve it. Let’s look deeper. David Mizne […]
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The Changing Face of Employee Engagement

With so many organizations focusing on Employee Engagement, why aren’t engagement levels across the world increasing? According to Gallup’s January 2016 article, The Worldwide Employee Engagement Crisis, there are serious and potentially lasting repercussions for the global economy. Only 32% of U.S. workers were engaged in their jobs in 2015, compared to 31.5% the previous […]
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Leaders Who Drive Employee Engagement
Drive Financial Results

I’ve been intrigued by the impact of employee engagement on financial results. It’s long been my opinion that a focus on values and purpose drives financial results. From what I’m reading, employee engagement isn’t just a way for managers to assure that people at work aren’t wasting your time or your money. Engaging leaders who […]
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