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Learn 12 Secrets to Becoming a Thought Leader

Cogito ergo sum - I think therefore I am. (Reading Time: 5 Minutes) Learn how to be a thought leader from David Zinger's employee engagement thought leadership. Do you want to be a thought leader? This post outlines a quirky 12 step … [Read more]

David Zinger’s 1500 Blog Posts on Employee Engagement (eBook)

Everything you always wanted to know about employee engagement but were afraid to ask Here is an eBook listing all the posts I have written on employee engagement. If you open the eBook in your browser you can click on any title and it will … [Read more]

Employee Engagement Saskatchewan Style

Coming back to Saskatchewan (Reading and viewing time = 2 minutes, 30 seconds) I look forward to returning home to Saskatchewan near the end of April to conduct two sessions on engagement  in both Regina and Saskatoon. There is a lunch … [Read more]

Employee Engagement is Not About Great or Amazing Work or Workplaces

Have a ball at work by doing good work well with others every day. (Reading time: Under 1 minute) I have sharpened my focus on engagement in 2014 to: Good work done well with others every day. I believe this is both attainable and … [Read more]

The 8 Word Definition of Employee Engagement

Employee engagement in 8 words. (Reading time: 9 seconds) Good work, done well, with others, every day. David Zinger is an employee engagement expert striving for lean, simple, and significant approaches to employee engagement. … [Read more]

Employee Engagement Through People Artistry

A People Artistry Tidbit (Reading time: 50 seconds ) I had a wonderful conversation with the latest reader of People Artistry at Work. He just retired this year as the Assistant Superintendent of a very large school division. He believed … [Read more]

Making the real definition of employee engagement more real

Making it real (Reading time: 1 minute) When I wrote the original definition of real employee engagement, I was wrong. I usually am wrong about 50% of the time but being wrong promotes learning and revisions so being open to being wrong … [Read more]