Here are 12 prescriptions for Employee Engagement in 2012
- Strive for everyday simple, small, and significant actions.
- Lighten up your perspective, workload, and intensity.
- Stop consuming information unless that information contributes to meaningful and important action.
- Transform the endless quest of more and more into vital focused contribution.
- Ask yourself if you really need any more data before you engage.
- Only measure employee engagement elements that you are ready, willing, and able to change.
- Set 3 to 6 daily focused power periods from 10 to 30 minutes to fully engage in specific tasks.
- Be mindful and masterful in helping others engage more fully in their work.
- Target achieving results and building relationships as your twin goals for engagement.
- Make progress a daily work expectation, essential and experience.
- Don’t let the allure and immediacy of social media fritter away time and energy for your important work.
- Engagement only comes alive as a verb so engage today!
Prescription: Repeat daily for the remainder of 2012.
David Zinger looks forward to an engaging and productive 2012 as he follows his own prescription and also focuses on his 2012 three-word work theme: Stop – Focus – Finish.
Extra Strength Prescription to help you lighten up: