Seven Secrets to Employee Engagement (Hint: It’s NOT about the Benjamins)

If you’ve seen the movie Jerry Maguire, you’ll remember the scene where Tom Cruise asks Cuba Gooding, Jr., “What can I do for you?” Gooding says, “Show me the money.”

Many employers think that’s the key to employee engagement. But any company that THINKS you have to pour money on employees to get them engaged will write off employee engagement efforts during tough economic times. “We just can’t afford to do it right now,” they say.


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Roxanne Emmerich’s Thank God It’s Monday!: How to Create a Workplace You and Your Customers Love is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and #1 Amazon bestseller. Roxanne is renowned for her ability to transform “ho-hum” workplaces into dynamic, results-oriented, “bring-it-on” cultures in a day. Listen to the free 60-second audio with teammates each Monday to clean up the craziness in your workplace and focus on getting massive results. Sign up today at www.ThankGoditsMonday.com.

3 replies
  1. salmon
    salmon says:

    Nice post! It is the right time you posted here.The ideas expressed here bear a good structure.These may be enough to overcome the economic crises to a great extend .All employer should follow the instructions

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  2. salmon
    salmon says:

    By my experience, Employee Engagement is the tough thing to assign. It should after knowing the personalities and the effectiveness of the employees.These secrets should benefit the employer

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