I am David Zinger your network founder. I am a global employee engagement speaker, educator, and expert. I am excited by all the developments we have in store for you in 2014. Email: email@example.com or visit: www.davidzinger.com
We are surrounded by moments.That’s what we mean by making a moment matter. It’s a focus on turning an ordinary occurrence into an extraordinary experience for another person. Make moments matter from walking in employees' shoes to saying what no one else will.
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John Junson, our resident cartoonist created this eBook of 12 cartoons.
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In one sentence only, write the best employee engagement advice you would give to an organization.
Our last E-book on one sentence of employee engagement advice was very well received and many people wrote to say how helpful it was. Click on the cover to see the book. Thank you all for contributing.…Continue
Can you distill employee engagement to 6 words?Ernest Hemingway wrote the quintessential 6 word story: For sale: baby shoes, never worn.The six word story format has become quite popular. A couple of year ago, I used the six word story with managers…Continue
I would like to be part of creating a community or network that takes a stand on employee engagement by not accepting decreases in engagement and working together towards increasing global employee engagement 20% by December 31, 2020. I like to…Continue
The Book Of Engaging Questions.I invite contributions for our next employee engagement E-book. This will be our 4th E-book. Planned release date is early May.Instead of advice or suggestions I ask you to write the best question you have about…Continue
Employee Engagement has been a 'hot" issue for years and yet when i talk with clients their interest in getting help is pretty much zero. Big business, small business, government all relate the same story. When asked if they plan to invest in…Continue
Part of the problem with the whole discussion of “Engagement” is the lack of a consistent definition and approach--and in a forum like this, it may well be healthy for us to question what's in the background here.Some of the common assumptions I see…Continue
High on the list of a leader, manager, or supervisor's daily work should be having meaningful conversations with others, beyond the regular small talk. Taking time to talk with a person goes a long way and is even more powerful if the conversation…Continue