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Engagement Weekly: Making Employee Engagement a Team Effort

Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at how to reach specific employees’ engagement needs, make employee engagement a team effort and managing perks in the right way.

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1. The More You Energize Your Coworkers, the Better Everyone Performs

Harvard Business Review – When you generate relational energy in the workplace, your performance goes up. The more people you energize, the higher your work performance. Read More

2. 7 Perks the Best Employees Crave (and They’re All Completely Free) – There’s a difference between attracting the best and keeping them around. Here are 7 ways to do both. Read More

3. Ditch the Employees Engagement Survey—Here are Ten Better Ways to Listen

Forbes – Engagement surveys often send mixed messages. Here are 10 easier, cheaper and more fruitful ways to listen to your employees. Read More

4. Arianna Huffington on Managing Employee Wellness and Engagement

Media Planet – Having instigated a sleep revolution at the Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington has fully embraced her new credit as a sleep evangelist. Now, she considers how offering employees more options is paying off. Read More

5. “People are Naturally Lazy” and Other Myths about Employee Engagement

Blanchard LeaderChat – Knowing the truth behind the nature of human motivation will not only help you reframe the research and rethink your basic beliefs, it will also allow you to embrace new practices that result in employee engagement and work passion. Read More

6. How to Kill Employee Engagement, Once and For All

The Huffington Post – What could you do to kill your employees’ proactive behavior and intrinsic motivation, once and for all? Here’s a list of very efficient, engagement-killing measures to avoid. Read More

7. How to Make Employee Engagement a Team Effort

Business2Community – Inspiring genuine employee engagement is one of the greatest, yet most rewarding challenges you can take on. It has the power to improve your organization at nearly every level, but you’ll never harness it on your own. Read More

8. Employee Engagement Ideas: Understanding Their Needs – Engaging employees involves making them fully absorbed with and enthusiastic about their work (and by association, workplace). Read More

9. 5 Tips for Building a Winning Employee Engagement Strategy

TalentCulture – Most companies want to engage their workers, and have happy employees who are more productive and invested in their job. But few companies succeed. Here are some winning strategies. Read More

10. 4 Truths You Need to Know About Millennial Job Hopping

Entrepreneur – Employers are failing to create a supportive work environment that considers the unique needs of millennials. Read More