Do you have any idea how to hack work?
@hackmanagement: Work is better together – stop lacking and slacking.
Start hacking with backing by transforming me to we.
The Management Innovation eXchange is sponsoring a twitter hack work contest this week. The tweet above was my initial attempt to create a pithy message to hack work. I wrote it and thought I better spread the message about this contest from me to we to ensure I practice what I preach/twitter/hack.
Here are the first two paragraphs from Polly outlining their Twitter challenge contest:
Take the Tweet a Hack challenge:
Help us “Take the Work out of Work” and win a $100 Amazon gift certificate!
Is your work as engaging, inspiring, and fulfilling as it could be? Do you (and the people you know) get enough meaning, freedom, energizing challenge, and fun from your job? Does your organization have a smart design for unleashing the best gifts of every individual inside it?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, we could use your help. If you answered no to any of the above, you’re not alone—and the good news is, we’ve designed a new contest to accelerate the process of making allorganizations as adaptable, innovative, and inspiring as the people who work inside them. It’s called Tweet a Hack, and It’s one of the quickest, easiest (not to mention rewarding) ways to participate on the MIX.
Click here to read the full post and then get busy tweeting your short hack to take the work out of work.
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David Zinger, M.Ed., works with organizations and individuals to foster engagement. He is a writer, educator, speaker, and consultant who founded the 2840 member Employee Engagement Network. David’s book, Zengage: How to Get More Into Your Work to Get More Out of Your Work will be released this September. David’s website offers 1100 free posts/articles on the engagement. David is committed to fostering a movement to increase employee engagement 20% by 2020.
Connect with David Zinger today to improve engagement where you work.
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