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DNA of Engagement: CEO Business Implications
  • Publication Date:
    February 2017

Employees are a critical piece of any CEO’s plan for success. With less than a third of employees across the globe actively engaged, the CEO’s job becomes more challenging because engaged employees are more productive. This troubling state of employee engagement raises the question of who in the organization is responsible for creating an engaging culture. What about the role of employees themselves? This report explains why employees need to take responsibility for managing their own engagement. It also outlines six strategies CEOs can implement to foster employee ownership of engagement.

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