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Employees are a company’s biggest investment. In too many organisations, employees are viewed as an asset to be managed rather than individuals with the potential to create the next successful innovation.
HOW TO: Ensure that employees are engaged
Neville de Lucia, director at Dale Carnegie Training, said engaged employees were "actively involved, enthusiastic about their work and would need a significantly greater salary increase before leaving an existing job".
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GAIN THE COMPETITIVE EDGE IN BUSINESS WITH TWO NEW RELEASES FROM DALE CARNEGIE TRAINING®
GAIN THE COMPETITIVE EDGE IN BUSINESS WITH TWO NEW RELEASES FROM DALE CARNEGIE TRAINING® THE 5 ESSENTIAL PEOPLE SKILLS: How to Assert Yourself, Listen to Others, and Resolve Conflicts LEADERSHIP MASTERY: How to Challenge Yourself and Others to Greatness
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Engaging Ideas Newsletter • Spring 2010 • Volume 7, Issue 2 Topic of the month: Leadership Development
As the economy continues to gain steam, it is more important than ever to keep your leadership skills sharp. Engaging your employees will help you and your organisation prepare for and succeed during the eventual economic upswing. Leadership excellence and employee engagement can reduce turnover and foster innovation and productivity. This issue of Dale Carnegie Training's Engaging Ideas newsletter focuses on helping you develop the leadership skills necessary to engage your workforce.
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