Tag Archives: Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement Tip #11 – If You Resigned, What Would Happen?


When companies get in trouble several things often happen. People get let go and other people jump ship. Why is that?,,,, Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip # 2 – In Praise of Right Ups


When is the last time you gave somebody a right up? Not a write up, a right up. Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip # 8 – Making a Week On or Taking a Week Off


Could you show up for work for a week and be totally useless? According the latest Gallop Survey of the American Workplace, most of us do. How so?…………….. Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip #7 – The Sad Truth about Valentine’s Day


This year another 50 million roses and flower bouquets will go unsold. Add another 50 million boxes of chocolates and you have a real sweetheart recession. But this one is there every year regardless of the stock market or the employment numbers. I call it the “Lack of Love My Job Recession.” Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip # 6 – When to Answer a Question with a Question?


When is giving up control better than maintaining control? Answer: When you want to raise your engagement with your employees. Continue reading

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Profits Thru People – Action Steps – Part I


At our recent Profits Thru People Workshop we presented the bottom line benefits of focusing on four topic: Employee Engagement, Customer Retention, Little “l” Leadership, and Servant Leadership. Here are the action steps the group came up. Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 5 – Speak Loudly With Your Ears


The best course I took at the Harvard Business School had nothing to do with strategy, control, economics, finance or marketing. But it had everything to do with what Gallup discovered in the American Workplace Surveys on Employee Engagement. What was that course? Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 4 – You Don’t Need a Title To Be a CEO


All of us have it and some more than others. All of us need it and all of us remember what a difference it made at one special moment. Gallup includes it as key to increasing employee engagement. What is this powerful ability? Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 2 – Weekly Focus on Employee Strengths


Employee engagement is the biggest threat to our way of life. In the information age when knowledge workers are critical, can you really afford the following drag by your team? Continue reading

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Aristotle’s Engagement Tip of the Week


“Where your talents cross the needs of the world therein lays your vocation.” Aristotle Continue reading

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