Dan Pink asks, What’s your sentence?
This has nothing to do with spending time on Alcatraz or at a minimum security prison closer to home. Your sentence encapsulates your focus.
Can you sum up what you do in one sentence? Or are you a muddled paragraph?
Go ahead and try it. Before you begin I encourage you to watch this two minute video about Dan Pink’s work on this question and another key question to focus and enhance your employee engagement:
I invite you to write your sentence. By the way, approach the writing as a first draft and sharpen it as you go along.
Here is my current sentence:
David invites authentic results-focused and relationship-enhancing
engagement for organizations and individuals.
What’s your sentence?
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 2240 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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