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Serious About Studying Engagement?

If yes, I cannot recommend this address enough. Hope you agree. Took me a while to get the audio and the Power Point rolling but pleased that I did. It is an interesting summary on Engagement and…Continue

Started Feb 4, 2013

Just Curious
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Am wondering what the toughest question related to engagement any of you have been asked. This may have been asked during a presentation, in a board meeting, by an employee or a union representative…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig Althof May 25, 2011.

 

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Serious About Studying Engagement?

If yes, I cannot recommend this address enough. Hope you agree. Took me a while to get the audio and the Power Point rolling but pleased that I did. It is an interesting summary on Engagement and studies to date. http:////ceo.usc.edu/webinar/webinar_on_employee_engagement.html See More
Feb 4, 2013
Les Hudson replied to David Zinger's discussion Small Engagement: What's Your Small Idea or Action to Increase Employee Engagement in 2013?
"Love the ideas being expressed. My focus in 2013 will be to, as respectfully as I can, challenge those areas that prompt disengagement like systemic barriers, negative zeitgeists, and leaders that are closing doors versus opening them. I call this…"
Dec 31, 2012
Les Hudson was featured
Dec 6, 2012
Les Hudson replied to George Mosley's discussion Feeling Engaged
"Peter your reference to dating etc. is apt indeed. I will buy into it with a couple of cavaets: 1. not everyone we like will like us in return and 2) divorce rates are what, 40% or so...not all relationships, in spite of the best of intentions,…"
Dec 6, 2012
Les Hudson commented on David Zinger's video
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Employee Engagement Mindset: A Dialogue with Tim Clark and David Zinger

"This for me was a really worthwhile video and I have furthered it to many in leadership roles for reflection. That said, I keep wondering if Engagement is being treated as a disease when it may in fact be a symptom of three common organizational…"
Aug 2, 2012
Les Hudson left a comment for Jennifer O'Halloran
"Jennifer, what took you so long! Welcome. This is a terrific site."
Jul 19, 2012
Luke Zinger left a comment for Les Hudson
"Les I'm glad you appreciate the site and good luck on your pilots licence!"
Mar 2, 2012
Les Hudson left a comment for Luke Zinger
"Thanks Luke, now I am here working the Yukon only one item left in my basket list and am already researching that...obtaining my pilot's license from scratch. All good. You and your father sure run a tremendous site and I share much of it with…"
Feb 16, 2012
Luke Zinger left a comment for Les Hudson
"Les, Have a happy birthday and hope you are enjoying a good workday over in the Yukon!  Luke"
Feb 15, 2012
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Feb 9, 2012
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Sep 10, 2011
Les Hudson replied to Shirley Farrell's discussion What is an engaging title for a presentation about the cost of disengagement?
"Pleasant and Unaccounted For - Who's Staff Are We Talking About?"
Sep 9, 2011
Les Hudson replied to Peter A Hunter's discussion Can anybody think of a good antonym for "Command and Control?"
"Entrust and release"
Sep 9, 2011
Les Hudson commented on David Zinger's video
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RSA Animate - Smile or Die

"Really appreciated this one David and it is being extensively shared via the domino effect of colleagues sending to colleagues. A very pragmatic approach to having a mindset towards to success in careers and life in general. Also, a tip of the hat…"
Sep 2, 2011
Craig Althof replied to Les Hudson's discussion Just Curious
"Les, #9 cracked me up....   The universal question: "why should I care?" Could come from union rep, co-worker,significant other, CEO. And they expect a flash card answer that hits their unique WIIFM sweet spot, not a long drawn out…"
May 25, 2011
Les Hudson posted a discussion

Just Curious

Am wondering what the toughest question related to engagement any of you have been asked. This may have been asked during a presentation, in a board meeting, by an employee or a union representative - the timing is not critical. Some examples might be as follows:1. What is engagement exactly?2. Who is responsible for engagement?3. Who reaps the benefits for a more engagement group of employees?4. How do we control it?5. How do we get an engaged staff?6. How do really measure engagement beyond…See More
May 25, 2011

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Who are you?
HR Director, Yukon Public Service
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
Leadership balanced with followership

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At 6:25pm on March 2, 2012, Luke Zinger said…

Les I'm glad you appreciate the site and good luck on your pilots licence!

At 4:14pm on February 15, 2012, Luke Zinger said…

Les, Have a happy birthday and hope you are enjoying a good workday over in the Yukon! 

Luke

At 12:03pm on November 15, 2010, Stanley Labovitz said…
Thanks for the invite Les...
At 3:47pm on November 9, 2010, David Bowles said…
Les thanks for the invitation to connect, and yes of course I am glad to accept. Look forward to reading more of what you have to say here... :-)

best, David
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At 7:45pm on October 13, 2010, Terrence Seamon said…
Les,
Welcome to the Manager Tools group.
Terry
At 1:13pm on July 26, 2010, David Zinger said…
Thanks Les. Good points about followership. David
At 8:06am on July 19, 2010, David Zinger said…
Hello Les:

I always appreciate another person from Canada joining this network that began in Winnipeg. I trust you are doing well and I wish you rewarding and engaging work. Thank you for becoming a member of the employee engagement network. There are a lot of engaging people here and some terrific information and conversation. Let me know if I can be of assistance.

What do you see as the role of followership in employee engagement?

David
 
 
 

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