The Employee Engagement Network

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David Zinger left a comment for Bob Woodcock
"Bob: Happy birthday all the best in 2012. David"
Jan 22, 2012
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Aligning Talent With Strategy

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A short presentation describing how to gain alignment between the talent in your organization and your strategic plan.
Jul 5, 2011
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What Have You Done For Me Lately? How a forward focus on just getting results can impact your team's performance.

One of the biggest challenges facing leaders/managers is striking a balance between the need to focus on generating sustainable business outcomes and the needs of the people that you require to make it all happen. This group of contributors that you manage are capable of delivering so much more collectively if you can just find the way to harness all of their individual strengths.In my career, while the great managers I worked with stand out and are memorable, they are vastly out-numbered by…See More
Mar 10, 2011
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Jan 27, 2011
David Zinger left a comment for Bob Woodcock
"Hey Bob: Happy birthday and have a great and engaging year in 2011. I am glad you are part of this network. David"
Jan 22, 2011
Bob Woodcock replied to David Zinger's discussion What do you believe are the next steps for us on the 20% increase in employee engagement by 2020?
"Statisically the largest group in an organization is the individual contributors at roughly 70 to 80%. One of the biggest challenges this group faces is the relationship they have with their supervisor or manager based on communication styles,…"
Dec 16, 2010
Bob Woodcock replied to David Zinger's discussion Let's Increase Employee Engagement by 20%.
"You continue to amaze me David. It seems like only a couple of months ago that you were congratulating me on being the 1200th member to join the Employee Engagement Network and now there are almost 3200 members. Well done on not only growing the…"
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Doug Shaw left a comment for Bob Woodcock
"Hi Bob, and a happy birthday to you. I hope it's a good one!"
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"Hi Bob: Welcome to the employee engagement network. Your website link does not work because you did not put a "." between wordpress and com or http://bobwoodcock.wordpress.com. I trust you will find useful information and valuable…"
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Jean Douglas, CMC left a comment for Bob Woodcock
"tried your website link but it wouldn't connect."
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Jean Douglas, CMC left a comment for Bob Woodcock
"Thank you for the lovely compliment."
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Bob Woodcock left a comment for Bob Woodcock
"As we maneouver through this economic downturn what needs to change and what needs to stay the same for effective talent management?"
May 29, 2009
Bob Woodcock was featured
May 26, 2009
Bob Woodcock is now a member of The Employee Engagement Network
May 26, 2009

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Who are you?
I help companies manage their talent and improve business results by better understanding, motivating and developing their people. I train managers to align the capacities of their people with the organizations business objectives.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
Engaged employees are the engine of a successful business
Define employee engagement in your own words.
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What Have You Done For Me Lately? How a forward focus on just getting results can impact your team's performance.

One of the biggest challenges facing leaders/managers is striking a balance between the need to focus on generating sustainable business outcomes and the needs of the people that you require to make it all happen. This group of contributors that you manage are capable of delivering so much more collectively if you can just find the way to harness all of their individual strengths.



In my career, while the great managers I worked with stand out and are memorable, they are vastly… Continue

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At 12:46am on January 22, 2012, David Zinger said…

Bob:

Happy birthday all the best in 2012.

David

At 11:16am on January 22, 2011, David Zinger said…

Hey Bob:

Happy birthday and have a great and engaging year in 2011. I am glad you are part of this network.

David

At 3:07am on January 22, 2010, Doug Shaw said…
Hi Bob, and a happy birthday to you. I hope it's a good one!
At 10:17pm on May 29, 2009, David Zinger said…
Hi Bob:
Welcome to the employee engagement network. Your website link does not work because you did not put a "." between wordpress and com or http://bobwoodcock.wordpress.com. I trust you will find useful information and valuable interactions and it looks like you have already begun that process. Let me know if I can be of assistance.
David
At 12:26pm on May 29, 2009, Jean Douglas, CMC said…
tried your website link but it wouldn't connect.
At 12:24pm on May 29, 2009, Jean Douglas, CMC said…
Thank you for the lovely compliment.
At 6:56am on May 29, 2009, Bob Woodcock said…
As we maneouver through this economic downturn what needs to change and what needs to stay the same for effective talent management?
 
 
 

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