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Engagement Weekly: Engagement Strategies

Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at various engagement philosophies and engagement strategy ideas.

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1. How to Find Your Best Employees and Keep Them Around – Personal affection and intuition can cloud your view of employees. How do you really figure out who your best people are? Read More

2. How to Manage a Toxic Employee

Harvard Business Review – There’s that one bad apple on every team who has nothing positive to say, riles up other team members and makes work life miserable. If you can’t fire them, how do you respond to the behavior? What feedback do you give? How do you mitigate the damage they inflict? Read More

3. 3 Simple Strategies (and 1 Really Hard One) to Improve Employee Engagement

LinkedIn – Focus on business results and employee engagement are not mutually exclusive. Most leaders truly care about both. The difference is in behavior. Read More

4. How to Get Maximum Engagement From Your Employee Advocacy Program

MarketingProfs – Word-of-mouth marketing is not new, but companies are putting a new spin on it to elevate their brand in ways that help marketing, sales and recruiting. Read More

5. The Magnificent 7: Must Have Management Skills for New Leaders, Part 1

The Predictive Index – The path to employee engagement, lower turnover and being a successful, respected manager is possible and starts with self-awareness and effective communication. Read More

6. How to Know if Workers are Engaged (Don’t Ask Them) – Employee engagement is vital for any successful business, but when one in four employees lies on engagement surveys, how can you uncover checked-out workers? Read More

7. Employee Success Depends on Clear Expectations from Leaders

Business News Daily – Most workers are looking for a little more direction from their employers. A study from Gallup discovered that half of all U.S. employees don’t know what’s expected of them at work. Read More

8. The Dark Side of Becoming an Employee of Choice – In the war for top talent, we run the risk of measuring the quality of a workplace environment based on superficial qualities and perks instead of something more profound.  Read More

9. Great Leaders Focus on Accountability, Not Rules – What is better than rules? How can we replace rules with something that still encourages the best behaviors? In a word: accountability. Read More

10. Employee Engagement in the Digital Age

CIOReview – In an era of constant change, it is important to build a workforce that is able to adapt to new developments. Read More