The Dollars And Sense Of Employee Engagement Infographic

This is somebody’s advert so watch for that at the bottom but I do like infographics, although this is rather chunky. I don’t agree with all of it but it’s bright and shiny and it’s Christmas. I definitely agree with their distinction between happiness / morale and engagement. Those are good points well made. Click the image for the source. Have a great break if you’re having one. Have a great break even if you’re not having one. Have a happy / merry whatever you think it is and don’t limit yourself to that emotional state to this time of year. Look both ways before you cross the street. Wait an hour after eating before swimming. Close the door, were you born in a barn? And other wise pieces of advice. (Seriously, look both ways, even on one-way streets.)

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About Terry Williams - The Brain-Based Boss

I'm all about engaging people and helping you engage yours to influence behaviour to improve results - at work and at home. Maybe you're a manager, a salesperson, a leader, a parent, a presenter or an event organiser? You need to grab your people's attention, create some rapport, be memorable and influence behaviour change. How can we do that? I'm originally a trainer by trade, turned manager, turned comedian and partway back again. Author of 'THE GUIDE: How to kiss, get a job & other stuff you need to know', I write and speak about how to engage people, be they employees, family or yourself. How can we connect with people’s own internal motivations and help them use their own inner passions to drive towards productivity, success and happiness? And hopefully have a few laughs along the way... As a trainer facilitating learning and development in others, I find myself drawing on my own extensive business experience. I specialise in the delivery of high impact, customised training solutions for organisations that are serious about improving the performance and lives of their people.

Posted on December 21, 2012, in Employee Engagement and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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