• Leaders, Time to Get Your Shift Together

    Written by: Salima Nathoo | November 7, 2012

    The theme in today’s “Winning Employees through Engagement” is introspection. Engagement isn’t something you do to people. It’s what you do together. And it starts with you, the leader. Salima eloquently walks you through what shifts are necessary to shift how you look at engagement.   In a time of scarcity, the greatest abundance is the plentiful of […] Read moreRead More»

  • First Engage Yourself

    Written by: Jesse Lyn Stoner | November 7, 2012

    We are honored to welcome back Jesse Lyn Stoner. Jesse has a tremendous way with with evoking words that thrills and inspires. Employee engagement can be made complicated or simple. Jesse takes the simple route and turns the mirror on us. Engagement starts with you. Read on for an important message.   Employee engagement is […] Read moreRead More»

  • Four Ways Leaders Ignite Engagement Culture

    Written by: Meghan M Biro | November 5, 2012

    One of Meghan’s many roles is founder of one of the most popular online communities – #TChat World of Work the first and only chat of it’s kind – which happens live every Wednesday on Twitter from 7-8pmET and 4-5pmPT. So when Meghan explores in her post below the power of community and engaging the […] Read moreRead More»

  • Why Your Employee Engagement Survey Isn’t Paying Off

    Written by: Jason Lauritsen | November 5, 2012

    There aren’t many arguments against the importance of engagement in today’s organizations. The rub is how do you measure it and what do you do with the data once you have it? Our series on “Winning Employees through Engagement” continues with this post from our friend Jason Lauritsen. Jason, lays out a most practical, actionable […] Read moreRead More»

  • Employee Engagement Needs a Little Clarity

    Written by: Ron Ricci | November 2, 2012

    One of the most useful books we read this year comes out of Cisco – The Collaboration Imperative. It’s a fantastic book that is overflowing with useful best practices in bringing people together for a common purpose. We asked one of the book’s authors, Ron Ricci, to weigh in on employee engagement. He delivers some […] Read moreRead More»

  • Taking the Reins

    Written by: Dana Theus | November 1, 2012

    We all have defining moments in our careers. And those times when we triumph over adversity and show our leadership strengths (and weaknesses) we peer further into what we are made of as human beings. Truth is we rarely get these insights because of our own actions. Such insights are often accompanied by the support […] Read moreRead More»

  • The One Indispensable Ingredient for Employee Engagement

    Written by: Randy Conley | October 31, 2012

    Randy wastes no time in getting you engaged in his message about employee engagement in today’s businesses. If you’ve not read Randy’s writing, then you’re in for a treat. He’s a recognized thought leader on the topic of trust. Heck, Ken Blanchard Company has put Randy as the Trust Practice Leader. When you read this […] Read moreRead More»

  • Leaders, Employee Engagement is Uniquely Personal

    Written by: Kate Nasser | October 31, 2012

    There is nothing spooky in Kate’s message on engagement. What we like about Kate’s post is the leadership call to action: get over any discomfort in engaging staff. It You most likely have read the stats on how employee engagement increases talent retention. I won’t quote them. You probably have read the effects of employee […] Read moreRead More»

  • Five Reasons to Be Coached by Your Employees

    Written by: Jake Breeden | October 30, 2012

    Engagement is as much about employees as it is about managers. Employee engagement can be made easier when the manager humbles himself to be coached by his employees. It shows trust for starters. Engagement doesn’t have to be a fancy initiative. It starts in the trenches. One of our new friends author Jake Breeden shows […] Read moreRead More»

  • From Apathy to Commitment

    Written by: Frank Sonnenberg | October 29, 2012

     A topic we evangelize at ExchangeGain is 21st century leadership. The shackles of command-and-control leadership have done its fair share of limiting not only organizational success, but employee contribution. As we move into our third week of Winning Employees through Engagement series, our friend Frank Sonnenberg paints a compelling picture of engagement and […] Read moreRead More»

  • There’s a more human way to do business.

    In the Social Age, it’s how we engage with customers, collaborators and strategic partners that matters; it’s how we create workplace optimism that sets us apart; it’s how we recruit, retain (and repel) employees that becomes our differentiator. This isn’t a “people first, profits second” movement, but a “profits as a direct result of putting people first” movement.

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