Instil and install employee engagement with small and significant actions.
It was an honour to teach my 2-day employee engagement course in Bangkok last week. The participants were from Malaysia, Philippines, and Thailand. We were a small group and it gave us lots of opportunity to work together and to understand employee engagement better together.
The MahaNakon was the inspirational backdrop to our course and very visible from the roof of our hotel. This building inspires a different way of looking at the world.
Engagement often left us scratching our heads and with many question about how to fully engage others and ourselves. We need to think carefully about what we really want from engagement and we need to keep a very mindful focus on how engagement changes and alters within moments.
Bangkok is exactly 12 hours difference than my home in Winnipeg, Canada and this journey half way around the world enriched and enlivened my learning, views, and teaching for employee engagement.
What most stood out for me about engagement is how we can both instil and install employee engagement with small and significant actions.
David Zinger is an employee engagement educator and speaker.
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