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The top two reasons an employee feels engaged

Stuart Young, London, UK

Hiya,

Here are the top two reasons an employee feels engaged:

  • #1 The extent to which employees believed that their senior management had a sincere interest in their well-being.
  • #2 The extent to which employees believed that they had improved their skills and capabilities over the previous year.

Do you feel engaged at work in either of those two ways?

As opposed to the top 10 reasons an employee hates their job.

Stay tuned over the next couple of days for details of how you can get your f.ree copy of my new eBook “Do You Hate Your Job?” – which shows you how to change the way you think about your present situation if any of the above relates to you.

Related posts: What’s your potential?  Do you suffer from Blue Monday?

Enjoy,

Stu

:)

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Change Your Work, Change Your Life

Hiya,

My book is all about ways in which you can change your life. Some are small ways some are BIG! They vary from changing the way you think, to the way you behave, speak and interact with others.

This morning I was reading a Government Report on employee engagement here in the UK and it’s findings were pretty poor. But it was a positive document that encourages the reader to become engaged themselves – at their level. Here are the top two reasons an employee ‘feels‘ engaged with their company:

#1  The extent to which employees believed that their senior management had a sincere interest in their well-being.

#2  The extent to which employees believed that they had improved their skills and capabilities over the previous year.

So, whether you are a manager, leader or an employee of your company discover whether you can say yes to the two points above. If you can’t, bring it to your manager’s attention and start brainstorming ways in which you can be. Engage your colleagues in this process and you may well find you become a lot more fulfilled at work.

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: To buy a copy (or several copies for work colleagues!) and still qualify for enrolment into my 90 day ‘Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life‘ program at no cost (offer ends xmas ’12), click here

PPS: Special discount for multiple purchases available – email me direct for details: stuart@howtochangeyourlifeonedayatatime.com

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