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At 5:19pm on March 1, 2011, David Zinger said…

Jennifer:

Happy birthday and all the best in 2011.

David

At 9:07am on May 16, 2010, David Zinger said…
Jennifer:

I trust you will never lose your enthusiasm. I sometimes think managers and leaders forget they are employees too and we need them to keep their enthusiasm alive while contributing to the engagement of those who report to them.

David
At 4:52pm on May 14, 2010, David Zinger said…
Jennifer:

Thanks for joining us on the employee engagement network. Our numbers have been swelling lately so I apologize for not welcoming you sooner. I appreciate that you have already been active and let me know if I can be of assistance.

What has most stood our for you as you learn and practice engagement?

David
At 1:15pm on May 12, 2010, Tim Wright said…
Jennifer,

Glad to have you in EEN. I certainly admire your position and your ambition. Such a wonderful combination of parenting and professionalizing.

I continue to learn from (and so appreciate) my 82 yr. old mom.

Having lived in Reston for a while back at the turn of the century, I respect your "grow it in my company" goals.

Tim
At 8:14pm on May 11, 2010, Adrian Bashford said…
Yes, 'Made to Stick' is a fabulous book!
At 4:00am on May 10, 2010, Abhishek Mittal said…
Jennifer - welcome to the employee engagement network - YOUR network.
There are great opportunities to learn and share here. So, do explore the discussion forums and join the conversations.

Let me know if you need any help around here.

Abhishek
http://abhishekmittal.com

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