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Engagement Weekly: Leadership Matters

Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at some examples of how leadership affects engagement for better or worse.

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1. HOW TO: Turn Your Employee Engagement Survey Results into Action

HR Bartender – Okay, you’ve conducted your employee engagement survey… now what? Read More

2. Seven Mistakes Leaders Make When they Lead People

Cactus Soft – Everyone loves a list. Here’s a list of things that’ll kill your engagement as a leader.

3. Improve employee engagement by developing leader manager

Forbes India – Learn how to best improve employee engagement through leadership skills. Read More

4. The importance of EQ in employee engagement and leadership

Human Resources –  Learn what the Emotional Quotient is and how intersects with employee engagement and leadership. Read More

5. Gamification Boosts Employee Engagement and Talent Development

Rally Ware – Gamification is a buzzword we all hear thrown around. Here’s how real gamification can help boost employment. Read More

6. This startup uses data to drive employee engagement

Built In Chicago – Every year we learn that data can help us do more and more, but do you know it can also be used to increase employee engagement? Read More

7. Employee Engagement: A Confluence of Passion and Purpose

Future Lab – Passion and purpose are both important for engagement. Read More

8. How to improve your organization’s employee engagement scores

Seattle Times – Now that have a way to quantify engagement, here’s how to boost those numbers. Read More

9. Employee engagement: what drives your employees and ways to engage them [Infographic]

EXO – This is a great infographic that better explains what really motivates your employees and how you can keep them motivated. Read More

10. Employee Engagement Comes from Feeling Valued

SME – Do you want your employees to value company time? Start by showing them how the company values their time. Read More