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Ten Laws of Employee Engagement – Law #1

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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IS LINKED TO DISCRETIONARY EFFORT

Employees arrive at work every workday with discretionary effort that they can only
volunteer – no employer can squeeze or force it out of them. Getting that
discretionary effort from  them  has been  shown to deliver double-digit
increases in productivity and profitability, along with significant improvements
in other key business value indicators. The key secret to improving employee
engagement is understanding what triggers the release of discretionary effort.

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Don Rheem’s presentation on Employee Engagement gets underneath the real “whys” on the behavior of discretionary effort. I found his examples to be relative and understandable. I see how our leaders are making better connections with the hearts of our people, so everyone better understands the goals of the enterprise.

--Peter Rittenhouse, Director of Supply Chain
Nestle Waters
 
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