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Need to meaningfully engage employees?

Need to meaningfully engage employees?

It is not easy to meaningfully engage employees. A study of some 90,000 employees worldwide shows that 71% of employees are, at best, only moderately engaged at work. The report is interesting because it also points out that “…engagement has little to do with employee programs, per se.” Rather, engagement is rooted in the “interpersonal” or “relationship” elements of the work experience. As such, employees really care about… What kind of leaders do I have and what is my leadership’s focus and commitment? What this company stand for? What...
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Step 6 For Being Meaningful in 2011 – Evolve

Step 6 For Being Meaningful in 2011 – Evolve

What it means holistically: Acknowledge you’re going to change one way or another and opt for a positive evolution of your attitudes, manners and behavior. Move beyond rationalization and incorporate the emotional. Move from just being to being meaningful. What it means to brand-owners: The decision to pursue meaning as the driving force of your business is quite revolutionary. However, the process from that moment on is truly evolutionary. Meaning evolves from what is already true, already believed and already felt. The pursuit of meaning consolidates what’s already there in the...
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Step 5 For Being Meaningful In 2011 – Be True

Step 5 For Being Meaningful In 2011 – Be True

What it means holistically: Be scrupulous, honest and truehearted. Behave reliably. Be dependable, reliable, unswerving. Be worthy. Stay fast and firm to what your believe. Be loyal to people, ideals and beliefs. What it means to brand-owners: Define the true and honest meaning behind your business. Bring that meaning to life. Help everyone understand it. Make it something people want to be partners in. Give it a personality. Make it likable, lovable and sharable. Make it natural. Make it a habit. Live it. Breathe it. Honor it. Cherish it. Celebrate it.  Don’t make it a...
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