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What Does Engagement Look Like?

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I met with a group of CEO’s in Philadelphia on Friday and I asked them what an engaged employee “looks like.” This was before I began my workshop on the issue so they brought their own “raw” impressions to the discussion.  Here’s what they said…

  • good attitude
  • they solve problems
  • proactive
  • take more care in their actions
  • energetic
  • more pride
  • team players
  • appreciate what the company does for them
  • more trusting
  • more flexible and open

At Engagient, we also have a few items to add to this list based on what we see with our clients and what the research tells us.  Engaged employees…

  • act like owners
  • are more adaptable to change
  • are less focused on salary
  • make better mentors (especially important when they work for new hires)
  • are more accountable

I am going to keep adding to both lists, so be sure to check back for new listings!

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The following comments are for Engagient's Employee Engagement Seminar for Managers

We needed to communicate the value of fully engaged employees to our managers and supervisors, and without a doubt, Engagient’s seminar on Employee Engagement clearly told the story. Our entire management staff now understands the value to our business in having a fully engaged workforce. Engagient made sure we had the necessary tools to move forward and we now believe this will help us differentiate ourselves against our competitors.

Don’s delivery is exceptionally engaging, straight forward, and in my experience one of the best facilitators/presenters I’ve worked with. Our junior and mid-level managers were engaged the entire day and they are definitely now on-board with our new initiative. He did an exceptional job in framing the issues, and he was able to link it closely with our company’s core values on this topic.

--Dave Maresca
VP, Administration & Business Development
Perfect Plastic Printing
 
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