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At 8:27am on March 12, 2011, David Zinger said…

Wendy:

I think Royal Roads does such a good program. Hope you are learning and contributing lots there. Is there much discussion/interest/research on employee engagement there?

David

At 5:09pm on March 11, 2011, David Zinger said…

 

Hey Wendy, just wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday from the Employee Engagement Network, hope you have a great 2011

 

David

At 6:03pm on February 13, 2011, David Zinger said…

Hello Wendy:

 

I started the network in Winnpeg 3 years ago and I am always delighted to see another person from Canada join us. Are you going to U. Vic., Royal Roads, or other?

 

Welcome to your employee engagement network. I encourage you to post a picture to put a face on engagement or to jump into the conversations. I hope you find value in the free e-books or the many videos. Take care and carry on caring.

 

I believe that leadership is engagement and that engagement is not something extra we do. Any thoughts from your perspective?

 

David

At 8:36pm on February 7, 2011, Jean Douglas, CMC said…

Welcome Wendy!

This is a great forum with wonderful members.

Saying hi to you from Maple Ridge.

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