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The Engagement Equation. Leadership Strategies for an Inspired Workforce. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2293159
  • Book
  • October 2012
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Create a culture of engagement and build high-performance culture

The Engagement Equation explains the drivers of employee engagement, and how you can use improved engagement to execute strategy, reduce costs, and meet your organizational goals. This book describes a unique engagement model that focuses on individuals' contribution to a company's success and personal satisfaction in their roles. Aligning employees' values, goals, and aspirations with those of the organization is the best method for achieving the sustainable employee engagement. The Engagement Equation is designed to provide a framework that will help you move the needle on engagement.

  • Explains how to plan and execute a sustainable organization-wide engagement initiative
  • Shows how to avoid the engagement survey analysis-paralysis trap
  • Shares ways to align employee contribution with strategy
  • Encourages leaders to pay attention to and better understand your organizational culture, and much more

Ultimately, it's the daily dynamics at play in your team, your division, and your organization that matter most.

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Preface: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants - The Legacy of Buck Blessing and Tod White v

Acknowledgments vii

Introduction ix

Chapter 1 What Is Engagement Anyway? 1

Chapter 2 The Five Levels of Engagement 21

Chapter 3 Global Insights and Macro Trends 39

Chapter 4 Shared Accountability and Daily Priority 63

Chapter 5 A Dead Battery Can’t Jump-Start Another 91

Chapter 6 Culture 103

Chapter 7 Seems Kind of Obvious: Align Your Employees! 139

Chapter 8 Dialogue and Empowerment Trump Action Planning 159

Chapter 9 Career Development 183

Chapter 10 Measuring ROI 211

Chapter 11 The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Engagement Surveys 229

Chapter 12 Final Considerations 251

Appendix 269

Interviews and Contributors 285

Endnotes 291

Index 299

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Christopher Rice
Fraser Marlow
Mary Ann Masarech
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