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9 Simple Ideas for Employee Engagement | Jostle Corporation

9 Simple Ideas for Employee Engagement | Jostle Corporation | Employee Volunteering | Scoop.it
Actively engaged team members are the greatest source of creativity, innovation, quality and improvements within an organization. In a knowledge world, only engaged team members go out of their way to delivery great customer experiences. If you are a leader at any level within the organization, your primary job is to build a culture of consistently high engagement. How do you achieve that?

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Want Better Employee Engagement? Change May Be The Answer.

Want Better Employee Engagement? Change May Be The Answer. | Employee Volunteering | Scoop.it
Two decades of solid research have connected quality employee engagement to a stronger bottom line. Change can be the catalyst that can improve your engagement levels.

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Kudos's curator insight, March 27, 2013 12:12 PM

Change starts at the top. If you feel your team is lacking engagement and commitement - first check how you are helping or holding back the team and change. It is like the old saying, if you wnat something done right, do it yourself. If you buy in, the team will buy in. If they don't, maybe they are not right for the team. 

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Being Likeable, leadership, customer and employee engagement | Adrian Swinscoe

Being Likeable, leadership, customer and employee engagement | Adrian Swinscoe | Employee Volunteering | Scoop.it
How to become a more Likeable Business - Interview with Dave Kerpen. Culture not strategy will define your relationships with your customers and your employees.

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Love how this pyramid can apply to telling your company's CSR and community engagement story. Be honest, be transparent, tell a great story, and be grateful to those to helped your company achieve it's goals!

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