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Employee Engagement Tip Sheet — Our Goal

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We decided to offer our bi-monthly Employee Engagement Tip Sheet in response to clients who wanted a regular stream of tips and information on how to create a High Performance Culture where employees are happier and more engaged in their work.

Our Goal — to use science and proven on-the-job experience to help you benefit from the discretionary effort that each employee brings to work every day. Actively engaged employees are up to 300% more productive than the “actively disengaged” employees that manage to find a home in all organizations.

Here is our promise — to provide you with empirically validated, real world, truly actionable advice to help you create a work environment where employees:

* Are more productive
* Find Meaning & Purpose in what they do at work
* Will stay longer, with a more positive attitude
* Make great mentors and buzz generators for your brand
* Arrive every day looking like proactive problem solvers
* Find reward in what they do well beyond a paycheck

So if you are currently a subscriber, many thanks for joining our family, you have made the right choice for improving your ability to create a high performance culture in your organization.  If you are not yet a subscriber, all you have to do is enter your name over on the right and check the Employee Engagement Tip Sheet option.  Welcome!

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One Response to “Employee Engagement Tip Sheet — Our Goal”

  1. danya casey Says:

    Eager to learn more about the employee engagement tips.

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