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Job-Satisfaction: A Case of Banking Employees in Saudi Arabia

This is a research that I conducted recently.http://bit.ly/XDt1h6Continue

Started by Fawaz Alomran Feb 26, 2013.

The Dark Side of Engagement - Workplace Burnout 3 Replies

Hi I am currently undertaking a validation study to explore the relationship between high levels of engagement, motivational alignment in current role and workplace burnout.  I think burnout is the…Continue

Started by Pamela Frost. Last reply by Gordon T. Green Dec 21, 2012.

Employees Engagement Research in India 2 Replies

Hi FriendsI would be thankful if you help to add my collection of researches on employees' engagement in India.RegardsJagdeepContinue

Started by Jagdeep Singh. Last reply by Jagdeep Singh Aug 15, 2012.

Should leaders be more engaged than employees 1 Reply

I'm wondering what the thoughts of this network regarding leaders and manager engagement.  It seems logical that managers should be more engaged than employees and senior leaders more engaged than…Continue

Tags: engagement, manager

Started by Anil Saxena. Last reply by Dr. Scott Simmerman Apr 6, 2012.

Excellent Employee Engagement study - need some help with data collection 1 Reply

Okay, so I think it's an excellent study : ) During mid 2009 to 2010 I was gathering data for my final PhD study which looks at the psychological anecedents to leaders behaviours, and how these have…Continue

Started by Victoria Ellam-Dyson. Last reply by Krishnamurthy Prabhakar Jun 21, 2011.

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Comment by David Zinger on May 10, 2008 at 9:29am
Please let the network participants know about any of the latest research you are finding on the topic.
Comment by Roy Saunderson on May 12, 2008 at 9:16am
My involvement with employee engagement is specifically related to the subset element of employee recognition and its contribution to EE.

A recent scientific study reported that paying people a compliment appears to activate the same reward center in the brain which is stimulated when paying people cash.

Doctors Keise Izuma, Daisuke N. Saito, and Norihiro Sadato from the University of Fukui, Fukui, in Japan reported in Neuron (Volume 58, Issue 2, April 2008, Pages 284-294) said the study offers scientific support for the long-held assumption that people get a psychological boost from having good recognition.

Entitled “Processing of Social and Monetary Rewards in the Human Striatum” their study used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to study patterns within the reward-related brain areas, notably the striatum. The striatum is activated by stimuli associated with reward, but also by aversive, novel, unexpected or intense stimuli, and cues associated with such events

Results from participants receiving monetary and social rewards indicated the same or overlapping areas of the brain were activated, thus showing a neural explanation for the social behaviors around reward and recognition. The authors suggest the idea of that we have a “common neural currency” that crosses over for monetary and social rewards and that they are biologically coded by the same neural structure of the striatum.

I find it encouraging to know medical and social science can validate that the brain actually registers rewards and recognition. What once seemed so soft is beginning to show some hard evidence for its benefits.
Comment by Chris Bailey on May 17, 2008 at 6:38pm
I'm reading Taking Care of the People who Matter Most by Sybil Stershic. There are a few resources she offers that provide research into employee engagement. One of them is:

Linking Organizational Characteristics to Employee Attitudes and Be...

I believe the research is a couple of years old, but it still looks extremely relevant and useful for our purposes.
Comment by Carol Wain on June 3, 2008 at 5:42pm
I just read an article from PWC on Pivotal Employees http://www.hreonline.com/pdfs/06022008Extra_SaratogaPivotalEmployees.pdf

Not sure if this is what youare looking for... I find it interesting!
Comment by Jennifer Schulte on June 25, 2008 at 1:47pm
I am interested in the 2008 Watson Wyatt report on Employee Engagement? Does anyone here have it to share?
Comment by Vijay Kumar Shrotryia on July 14, 2008 at 4:02am
hrspecial_survey.pdf

friends:
go through this link+++
Comment by Kristy Maksim on September 30, 2008 at 8:40am
Hi all -- my first post! I am looking for research on employee engagement and change. Specifically, my organization (like all organizations) is undergoing dramatic change in the form of a recent merger. I am starting a conversation on engagement with my leaders, and I would like to incorporate research on 1) the importance of engagement during change and 2) any best practices on maintaining/increasing engagement during change, specifically in our case during M&A.

Thanks in advance for any sources you know of. I hope to contribute to the community and look forward to the dialogue.

Kristy
Comment by Stephen J. Gill on December 12, 2008 at 9:10am
An interview with Tom Barry, managing director of BlessingWhite Europe, describes the results from some of their surveys related to engagement, disengagement, and coaching. See: http://cxo.bnet.co.uk/?play=260568193
Comment by PRANAB KUMAR MAHAPATRA on May 23, 2009 at 1:28pm
HI,
my first post! I am doing research on employee engagement in steel Industry in India.Specifically, my organization (like all organizations) is undergoing dramatic change due to open market exposure also other steel producing units. My thrust will be on, understing the importance of engagement during change and any best practices on maintaining/increasing engagement during change.

I hope to contribute to the community and look forward to the dialogue, and Thanks.
Comment by Paul Weaver on January 27, 2010 at 3:05pm
Here's a link to a great piece of research from the Kingston Employee Engagement Consortium Project, analysed levels of engagement across eight different organisations. It offers strategies for engagement and insights into the outcomes of engagement.

http://www.cipd.co.uk/subjects/empreltns/general/_creating_engaged_...

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