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Brian Samrick
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"Brian: Welcome to the employee engagement network. I am pleased you joined us and thank you for spending some of your online time here. Let me know if I can be of assistance. How important do you see the role of story in crafting engaging messages…"
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"Brian - welcome to our network! What is the biggest challenge you face in creating buy-in from mid-level managers? Meanwhile, also participate in the various discussion on the forums. Cheers, Abhishek http://abhishekmittal.com"
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Who are you?
I am a communications manager at Cisco Systems where I help the executive team craft and deliver messages that change minds and drive action.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
I work in technology, where the pace of change is furious. As our leaders adapt their business strategies to deal with this change, I help them gain internal support from mid-level managers and individual contributors for the change.

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At 7:52am on March 31, 2010, David Zinger said…
Brian:

Welcome to the employee engagement network. I am pleased you joined us and thank you for spending some of your online time here. Let me know if I can be of assistance.

How important do you see the role of story in crafting engaging messages to change minds and drive actions?

Thanks for joining,

David
At 9:23pm on March 26, 2010, Abhishek Mittal said…
Brian - welcome to our network! What is the biggest challenge you face in creating buy-in from mid-level managers?

Meanwhile, also participate in the various discussion on the forums.

Cheers,
Abhishek
http://abhishekmittal.com
 
 
 

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Open employee engagement with your key moment
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Employee Engagement Definition: A focus on "with others"
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Employee engagement is not a solo endeavor (Reading time 42 seconds) I loved reading Kate Nasser’s deeper look at my employee engagement definition of: “good work, done well, with others, every day.” Thank you Kate. She offered an… [ 117 more words. ]

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