Happy New Year. All the best to you in employee engagement for 2008.
This website is an example of integrated website publishing that offers you a rich array of information and a variety of pathways through the information on employee engagement.
You may be new to integrated website publishing so here are a 7 tips to help you maximize your benefit from visiting www.davidzinger.com during 2008.
1. Focus on Features: Select one of the 3 major features for the site by clicking on the link in the topcis & categories section in the middle column. The number in the bracket shows how many articles there are on that topic.
2. Subscribe: If you find the on-going content helpful and compelling, subscribe to the site. You do this by clicking on the button on the site or on your browser that looks like the image below:
3. Search: Use the search button on the top right hand side of the page to look for material in any of the articles or posts published on this site since November 2005.
4. Guest Leadership Spotlight: Each month I feature a guest leadership writer. See their image and a brief description of them in the right hand column. From there click on some of the current articles they are writing. I strongly believe that leadership experts should be connected to a community and that their website should not just be just about them.
5. Get Slack: Click on the Slacker Manager button on the right hand column to read the management blog that I write in conjunction with Phil Gerbyshak from Milwaukee. We each write 3 articles a week for this site.
6. Comment: Feel free to leave a comment on what you read. Was the article helpful? Do you have another perspective? Are you looking for something more? Make this an active site by engaging me and the other readers with your comments.
7. Contract with me for speaking, coaching or consulting: This site is an extensive resource on employee engagement that will keep you informed and entertained. I hope you maximize your use of this site and I encourage you to contract with me for speaking, coaching, or consulting services.
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