A Gift to Improve Employee Engagement
This holiday, give the gift of employee engagement … and it’s free! Employee Engagement Advice Book is a new e-book written by members of the Employee Engagement Network (EEN) and compiled by network host David Zinger. EEN members (including me) share advice – limited to one sentence each – on how an organization can improve employee engagement.
The book contains over 200 contributions from people who are passionate about employee engagement, including several featured in this blog: Terry Seamon (see his advice on page 6); Kevin Burns (page 9); Paul Hebert (page 28); and Richard Parkes Cordock (page 35). (My contribution is also on page 35.)
Recurrent themes include communication (especially listening), valuing employees, empowering them, recognizing their efforts, and leadership involvement. It’s worth scrolling through to find the quotes that resonate with you. Pass it along and share it among your colleagues … to inspire them and/or reinforce their employee engagement efforts.
Great idea, Sybil, to give the gift of wisdom. I’ll second David’s comment about finding “one good sentence” that can make a difference.
Thank you for taking care of people who matter the most and I hope the book will offer at least one good sentence for every reader.