Employee Engagement Linchpin.
Indispensable. Rich Meyer has put together a wonderful slide presentation on linchpins and work. A linchpin in an organization is someone who is indispensable to the organization. Although Rich called it marketing linchpins the lessons apply very well to employee engagement.
Key points. Rich dedicated the slide presentation to Seth Godin. You can also take a lot away from Rich’s presentation, such as these points:
- become indispensable
- be a provocateur
- be original
- be fearless not reckless or feckless
- manage complexity, inspire staff,
Insert the pin. Go ahead and view the 37 slides now and get ready to not pull the pin but insert the pin to couple the organization and employees with customers and results:
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David Zinger, M.Ed., is an employee engagement writer, educator, speaker, coach, and consultant. He offers exceptional contributions on employee engagement for leaders, managers, and employees. David founded and moderates the 2270 member Employee Engagement Network. His website offers 1000 posts/articles relating to employee engagement and strength based leadership. David is involved in the application of Enterprise 2.0 approaches to engagement and the precursor, creating engaging approaches to communication, collaboration, and community within Enterprise 2.0.
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