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Employee Engagement or Strategy Engagement?

When we were kids, we used to play a silly word game called “Which would you rather?” Basically someone would ask you to choose between to gross or disgusting things. ¬†For example: “Would you rather eat a worm or step … Continue reading

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Employee Engagement and Strategy Execution: A Real Example

It’s January in London. It’s cold, overcast and rainy almost every day. And besides that, at a latitude of 52 degrees North, darkness falls¬†around 4pm, making it seem even colder. The perfect time of year for the boiler and central … Continue reading

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The Pain of Hidden Agendas . . .

Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we call a man cold when he is only sad. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The older I get, the more I can learn from my past mistakes … Continue reading

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