Leaders Need to Manage Their Own Engagement


 
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Leaders Need to Manage Their Own Engagement
Mary Ann Masarech, United States, Member
The Ball's in Your Court, Leader: Take Control of Your Engagement

The question I keep getting is "What can we do as a company to boost employee engagement?"

Arguably, organizations can never make employees engaged. What they can do is create the environment, inject purpose and meaning into the work and provide the clarity required for employees to become more engaged. Engagement needs to be less about organizational action planning and more about the daily behaviors of executives, managers and individuals. Every member of the workforce has a specific role to play.

Sure, as a leader you need to build the right culture and coach individuals to reach higher levels of engagement. But you also have to take responsibility for your own engagement. We've said it before: One dead battery cannot jump-start another.

You may have spent the end of last year working on your 2014 strategic plans. It's now time to create a personal engagement plan.Register
 

 
Take Control of your Engagement...... Have a Purpose
Ruwan Bandara, Manager, Sri Lanka, Member
Great view point...
According to economic engagement for example the USA emit 39% of carbon dioxide with just 4 % of wold population.
When w...
 

 
 


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