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Lance Haun
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David Zinger left a comment for Lance Haun
"Hi Lance, I hope you have a wonderful birthday and a great year ahead. All the best with your work. I loved your last blog post about play at work. Great points: * People aren't robots, let's not treat them like they are * People need…"
Oct 27, 2009
Lance Haun replied to Alan Smith's discussion Org's that understand the need for engagement are thriving
"The biggest reason, at least in my mind, is that the concept is abstract and hard to measure. That's in support of David's point about executives not buying the 20% engagement number. Even if the measurement tools are solid, you still have…"
Oct 8, 2009
David Zinger left a comment for Lance Haun
"Hi Lance: Welcome to the employee engagement network. MeritBuilder looks like a very helpful approach to recognizing and engagement others. I trust you will engage with others here and find valuable information. Let me know how I can assist you.…"
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Who are you?
VP of Outreach for MeritBuilder and blogger at YourHRGuy.com
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
Helping organizations get better at it
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At 7:33am on October 27, 2009, David Zinger said…
Hi Lance,
I hope you have a wonderful birthday and a great year ahead. All the best with your work. I loved your last blog post about play at work. Great points:
* People aren't robots, let's not treat them like they are
* People need mental breaks from work
* People recover differently from a heavy workload
* People need to disengage on their own schedule whenever possible
So many people peddling so many engagement "approaches."
Take care,
David
At 7:24am on August 31, 2009, David Zinger said…
Hi Lance:

Welcome to the employee engagement network. MeritBuilder looks like a very helpful approach to recognizing and engagement others. I trust you will engage with others here and find valuable information. Let me know how I can assist you. Thanks for spending some of your online time with us.

David
 
 
 

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