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Gwyn Teatro May 11, at That is indeed a scam. She is one of my fave leadership bloggers, too. Thanks for sharing your concerns… cv Christine Livingston May 11, at 3: I think the essence and original intention of employee engagement is excellent.
The way it has been used in many organisations misses the mark.
Sadly, its focus has gone too much on systems, numbers, language and terminology and thus completely disenfranchises the very people it is supposed to support. Something that can get switched on and off as times are good or bad. It does give HR something fact based to talk about at the board table, but sadly too many mediocre HR people have clung on to it like a life raft, imagining it bestows legitimacy.
Bruce Lynn May 11, at 3: The most conventional is a well structured and managed MBO system with opportunities for exceeding objectives resulting exceeding rewards. Another is profit sharing.
If that is the case, then there must be other things engaging their discretionary efforts.
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Doing it poorly and unilaterally is just bad execution. And that something can and should include a system of rewards for the staff. Yes, I know I sound like a professor.
What can I say? One great way to even out the employee — organization exchange would be through various forms of real gain-sharing.
I think that I may need to work on how to articulate the argument that these emotional, social, psychological returns — which are key to engagement as defined — can be based on goals that are really shared by employees and the organization e.
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