Everyone Needs Employees Like Dan

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In our country, workforce engagement is at 30 percent, those not engaged is at 52 percent, and actively disengaged is at 18 percent (Gallup, 2012). Creating a multi-dimensional focused workforce environment is key to increasing engagement, buy-in and performance — for both employees and the company itself.

Employee engagement can often make or break a company’s reputation and sustainability. Recently I experienced firsthand an incredibly good example of a fully engaged employee who understood the significance of his role as it ...

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Leaders Train and Develop Through Their Actions

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There are many ways for a leader to train and develop a workforce: teaching, coaching, encouraging and nurturing. However the one form that speaks loudest and is rarely considered a strategy are a leader’s actions.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the actions of a leader are worth significantly more. Leaders are under constant scrutiny from their workforce. They are watched to see how they perform, how they act on a normal busy day and how they react ...

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Create Business Sustainability with a Super Ordinate Goal

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The fountain of youth for business sustainability lies in the core of their reason for existence, their vision. To drill down further,  it is the super ordinate at the core of the vision that leads to long-term success.

In my article, Super Ordinate Goal Strengthens Businesses,  you will find a number of reasons why the super ordinate goal (SOG) is so important and how to create one. Disney is a great example of how a corporation drills down so far that ...

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