The Art of Engagement – Inspiring People, Creating Change, and Making a Difference

on December 7, 2011
Leadership Transformation

It seems like every business article these days mentions that employee morale is at an all-time low, employee loyalty is quickly waning, and job satisfaction continues to drop.  We hear a lot of reasons why this is happening and different solutions for addressing this problem.  Many of those solutions are very tactical and take place at the manager or individual contributor level – things like ordering pizza on Fridays or giving employees more telecommuting options.  Those are nice things to do for people, but it doesn’t get to the root of the problem.

In many cases, boosting employee morale, job satisfaction, and loyalty materializes once you get people engaged with their heads, hearts, and hands in the organization.  That isn’t something an organization can just “turn on.”  The good news is there are four key concepts that contribute to employee engagement, and if businesses can help people connect them to their jobs, they’ll see a significant lift in employee contributions and productivity.

Jim Haudan recently spoke at a TEDxBGSU event where he explained how organizations can inspire people, create change, and make a difference, addressing these four roots of engagement.

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