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"Brian - welcome to our network! What is the biggest challenge you face in creating buy-in from mid-level managers?
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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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9 Lessons From Employee Engagement in Theory and Practice www.davidzinger.com 39 Lessons from Employee Engagement in Theory and Practice: The Psychology of Engagement Lessons 4 to 11: (Reading time: 5 minutes) Routledge publishing released a new employee engagement textbook, Employee Engagement in Theory and… [ 970 more words. ]
They want to work wherever they can work. They want a ton of freedom. They want to change jobs every six months, so we’re very aggressive about pushing people around to different jobs. They care less about money and more about learning. We want there to be a certain percentage of the company that moves every three months between departments and does new jobs. One of the things I track is what percentage of the company changed jobs in the last three months. If that’s flattening out, I get worried because I know these Gen Y’ers will leave if they’re not moving around.
Are Millennials Too Impatient At Work? www.linkedin.com One topic that often comes up in my Corner Office interviews with leaders is how best to manage millennials, also known as Gen Y'ers.They are, by many accounts, an impatient bunch. Give them a new