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Beyond Rules of Engagement

How Can Organizational Leaders Build a Culture that Supports High Engagement?
Engagement is an unusual word. The dictionary suggests that the word is synonymous with commitment. But, in everyday language, it is most often associated with marriage proposals.

Considering that more than half of all marriages in the U.S. end tragically in divorce, the word engagement is perhaps not necessarily the best way to describe workplace commitment.

What is employee engagement, and why should managers care about it? What does research tell us about it? How do organizations encourage engagement? How can an organization move beyond engaging individual employees to creating a socially cohesive corporate culture in which people are fully engaged? This Dale Carnegie® white paper addresses these important questions.
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