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Great workplace leaders have great reading lists – and they know engaged employees are the foundation of great workplace cultures.
In this FREE one-of-a-kind eBook, The Top 20 Employee Engagement Blogs You Should Be Reading”, we’ll connect you with top employee engagement thought leaders so you’ll have everything you need to take employee engagement in your workplace to the next level.

Required Reading For Workplace Leaders

It’s a critical time for workplace leaders. Competitive advantage and sustainability is increasingly determined by the quality of employees and workplace culture.  It’s vital for workplace leaders to keep learning and adapting, particularly when it comes to employee engagement.
Shockingly, only 13 percent of employees are engaged at work, according to a 2013 Gallup poll.
“That abysmal number is undoubtedly related to the fact that, according to a different study, only 42% of employees know their organization’s vision, mission, and values,” Forbes’ Ryan Scott wrote earlier this month for the Cause Integration blog post, “Your Company Is Socially Engaged, But Do Your Employees Even Know?”
Employee disengagement isn’t just bad for workplace morale. It has a negative ripple effect that touches nearly all aspects of business: competitive hiring, retention, motivation, productivity and profitability.
“As your company’s best brand ambassadors, your employees need to feel continually connected to the best vision of what your business can be in order to convey those principles to the world at large,” Scott wrote.
Business leaders often have good intentions for employee engagement, but these good intentions can be lost in weak execution or ineffective communication to employees.
Connect with leading employee engagement resources in this FREE eBook and learn the secrets to bringing great employee engagement to your workplace.
Inside “The Top 20 Employee Engagement Blogs You Should Be Reading” you’ll find resources for:

  • Fresh ideas to inspire employees
  • Secrets to great employee engagement
  • Resources to always be current
  • News you can use to build a better workplace
  • Insider tips to get ahead

Whether you choose to receive these blogs in your RSS feeder or subscribe to your inbox, you’ll have everything you need to take employee engagement in your workplace to the next level.  You’ll love this one-of-a-kind resource!



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