Employee Engagement….something missing?


Some radical new research shows what creates “employee engagement” (don’t worry, this is the latest fad amongst management thinkers) in the workforce.

Most of the above I would suggest is blindingly obvious, but then why do so many organisations and managers get it wrong. It would seem that some kind of metamorphosis takes place when people become managers resulting in personality  and behavioural changes, often to the detriment of those they are managing.

My favourite definition of management is “applying common sense to uncommon situations” which sounds easy in theory but is very hard to put into practice.

Going back to the table above, I note that there is one fundamental motivational element missing i.e. being paid a decent salary! But let us not dirty our hands by mentioning “filthy lucre”.

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