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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: david@davidzinger.com or visit: www.davidzinger.com

Blog Posts

The Power of Personalization

Posted by Peter Psichogios on July 28, 2014 at 10:37am

Voice of Customer for All Employees

Posted by Lynn Hunsaker on July 27, 2014 at 9:39pm

Do No Harm: 5 Leadership Lessons to Live By

Posted by Jim Taggart on July 27, 2014 at 6:30pm

The Unique and Compelling Wisdom of Will Rogers

Posted by Robert Morris on July 27, 2014 at 3:13am

Bill Gates's Favorite Business Book

Posted by Robert Morris on July 25, 2014 at 5:35am

James Surowiecki on "Twilight of the Brands"

Posted by Robert Morris on July 25, 2014 at 5:34am

Trajectory: A book review by Bob Morris

Posted by Robert Morris on July 24, 2014 at 4:49am

Today At Work (Number 420)

Posted by John Junson on July 23, 2014 at 7:25pm

Difference: A book review by Bob Morris

Posted by Robert Morris on July 23, 2014 at 4:24am

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Cartoon #420 from John Junson

Management, Leadership, Engagement

Bedrock of Management by Tom Peters 19 June 2014

(Note: You may wonder why I chose the word “Management” as opposed to “leadership.” Frankly, I don’t acknowledge the traditional distinction between the two. If the issue is getting the work done, the two are, in fact, identical. That is, an objective can only be achieved through the engagement of others—and excellence can only be attained through the enthusiasm and energy of every employee/project member. While “leaders” may well be more involved in goal setting or development of institutional “culture,” the nitty gritty of doing the job translates into: doing the job by creating a sense of commitment and care in the hearts and minds of each of the individuals involved.

Read Tom's 9 page document.

Future of work measured by employee engagement and other factors...

An optimistic view of the future of work. As I watched this video my head went up and down with agreement at time and side to side with doubt about our ability and willingness to derive all these benefits. Go ahead and watch the video and come to your own conclusions.

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Sustaining engagement efforts over time 4 Replies

Colleagues - I'm writing an article on engagement and will focus on implementation and sustaining engagement as part of the organizational culture. Any thoughts on how to ensure an "engagement program" goes on past the initial launch? What advice,…Continue

Tags: culture, long-term, implement, sustaining

Started by Todd Conkright in Best Practices. Last reply by Todd Conkright on Friday.

Dissertation Thesis on Employee Engagement 35 Replies

Hello All,Firstly I am so glad that I found such a big network to discuss and get enlightened on Employee Engagement.I am post graduate student, my current dissertation topic is on Employee Engagement. I am currently reviewing plethora…Continue

Started by Vijay Shrinivas Nanduri in Requesting Assistance. Last reply by Jude Iyitor Jun 12.

JOT: Just One Thing for Employee Engagement (eBook Contributions) 31 Replies

If you could do just one thing to improve employee engagement for yourself, another person, or an organization what would you do?…Continue

Started by David Zinger in Major Forums. Last reply by Jennifer Leake Jun 3.

Introduction of a people scorecard 1 Reply

I'm keen to introduce a people scorecard which key activities and metrics which can be measured similar to a common balance scorecard that covers financial, sales, service etcThis will be separate to our engagement survey. I see the people scorecard…Continue

Started by Jason Grieve in Major Forums. Last reply by David Pethick May 27.

A favour to ask 2 Replies

Hello allI am building a business to try and help medium size enterprises to achieve sustainable improvements in staff engagement through recognition and rewards programs, focussed on work-life balance.I am currently a participant in a business…Continue

Tags: interviews, research, help

Started by David Pethick in Requesting Assistance. Last reply by David Pethick May 24.

12 Strategies for Increasing Employee Engagement 1 Reply

If you're like me, you're always looking for new perspectives and ideas about improving Employee Engagement.That's why I'm excited to tell you about the Eliciting Excellence Employee Engagement Summit. It's a line-up of 12 experts (including me) who…Continue

Started by Michael Beck in Major Forums. Last reply by Jimmie Menon May 22.

Two Treasure Maps

Last week in Much Ado About Nothing, I proposed that we need to think less and do more in the way of engagement. Maybe it would help if there was an…Continue

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Started by Craig Althof in Major Forums May 17.

Much Ado About Nothing 2 Replies

I didn’t know it at the time, but I was in on this engagement thing before it got so “hip”. Back in the mid-90’s I had the opportunity to be highly involved in Gallup’s Q-12 and Blessing White’s Managing Personal Growth. They hit a nerve and I was…Continue

Started by Craig Althof in Major Forums. Last reply by Craig Althof May 14.

New Research on Employee Engagement: How do leaders influence employee voice? 1 Reply

Leadership is one of the most important factors affecting employee behavior. Nevertheless, effects of different leadership styles on employee engagement have rarely been researched on a quantitative basis.To close this gap, I am looking for input…Continue

Started by Max Schauss in Major Forums. Last reply by Jimmie Menon May 9.

Workplace Trust in 6 Words 5 Replies

I am researching workplace trust and have set up a Waggl question which I hope this group finds interesting.  Use the link below to enter behaviors you feel are critical when it comes to trusting a team member at work.  One behavior at a time but…Continue

Tags: trust

Started by Rick Stamm in Requesting Assistance. Last reply by Jimmie Menon Apr 15.

The Disengaged

13 Personality Traits Of A Disengaged EmployeeThis infographic was crafted with love by Officevibe, the employee engagement platform that helps managers see the ROI of company culture while making employees happier and more motivated at work.

 
 
 

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Employee Engagement: Are You A People Artist?

Are you ready to be a People Artist at Work? Read the new book by Peter W. Hart and David Zinger outlining the 10 practices and 8 tools of People Artistry. This beautiful 50 page artistic book is a available for $9.95. Click on the cover or learn more here.

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