For 30 years, companies have invested thousands of man-hours and millions of dollars to improve engagement.
The result? No improvement. None. Are we going about this all wrong?
Yes, we are.
It’s not that people don’t want to interact with their colleagues and bosses. We are social creatures. We want, and need, to connect genuinely with other people to do our best, most creative work.
The problem? Too often, day-to-day corporate culture – with its forced, artificial meetings and interactions – dampens and even blocks that genuine connection. Employees are discovering they can deepen their impact through removing themselves from an unproductive corporate culture.
They thrive when connecting with one another strategically thoughtfully, and meaningfully – both in-person and online.
In this interactive discussion, we talk about engagement not as a management tool, but from the perspective of the employee. In other words, we tackle the issue of engagement the right way.