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Creating Employee Engagement

Every organization has a culture. It either has a culture by design or a culture by default.

Creating excitement, passion, and engagement in the members of an organization is critical. One of the most important responsibilities for leaders is to proactively create a culture that supports the company’s vision, mission, values, and strategic direction, while encouraging employees to engage.

Leaders are expected to communicate the future direction of the organization by conveying a sense of going forward in the context of opportunity and growth. But how exactly do they create such a culture? They start by focusing on the following key elements and understanding how to translate these into actions:

  1. Perceived Opportunity
  2. Personal Accountability
  3. Connectedness
  4. Inclusion
  5. Validation

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