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"Hello Mark:   Welcome to the employee engagement network. Thanks for joining us from the UK. I trust you will find engaging people and information here and I encourage you to jump into the conversations. Let me know if I can be of…"
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"Excellent Mark! If you get a chance put up a bio portrait so we can feature you on the main page."
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"Thanks John.  Looking forward to some good debates!"
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John Junson left a comment for Mark Ibison
"Hi Mark! Welcome to the Employee Engagement Network. I hope you find the Network resources and conversations valuable in your work developing a culture of engagement. Best wishes for 2011!"
Jan 12, 2011
Mark Ibison replied to Craig Althof's discussion 20 / 20 Big Targets
"Craig,   Some comments on your 4 – I’m conscious that my responses are picking holes, so I’ve come up with a few of my own ‘big targets’ below.   My feeling is that senior management will ‘get’…"
Jan 12, 2011
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Who are you?
Finance director (also responsible for HR) as part of a UK public company
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
Looking to develop a culture of engagement as a company director

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At 6:51pm on January 24, 2011, David Zinger said…

Hello Mark:

 

Welcome to the employee engagement network. Thanks for joining us from the UK. I trust you will find engaging people and information here and I encourage you to jump into the conversations.

Let me know if I can be of assistance.

 

How do you engage staff so they are connected to the important financial elements of the company?

 

David

At 2:33pm on January 12, 2011, John Junson said…
Excellent Mark! If you get a chance put up a bio portrait so we can feature you on the main page.
At 1:54pm on January 12, 2011, John Junson said…
Hi Mark! Welcome to the Employee Engagement Network. I hope you find the Network resources and conversations valuable in your work developing a culture of engagement. Best wishes for 2011!
 
 
 

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