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    • Employee Engagement in just Six Words The Employee Engagement Network Produced by David Zinger and John Junson
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Enjoy this book of six words. Work well, find engagement in brevity This is the sixth e-book produced by the employee engagement network and it is a book based on 6 words. Ernest Hemingway wrote the quintessential 6 word story: For sale: baby shoes, never worn. Employee Engagement network members were asked to refine employee engagement to 6 words. Perhaps this was the experience of an employee or the directions for an organization or manager. Over 120 members of the network authored their 6 word employee engagement story. Thank you to all the employee engagement network members for their contributions and to John Junson for his excellent design of the book. David Zinger www.davidzinger.com Employee Engagement Network Founder Employee Engagement Six Word Book Producer The Employee Engagement Network 2
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Charee Klimek Lisa Wojtkowiak Lead with integrity. Each of us. Engaged employees aren’t recruited, they’re created. The Employee Engagement Network Skip Weisman Treat people like people, not subjects. 3
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Craig Althof Jacqueline M. Walters Today I did good, felt great! Infect your workforce with employees’ engagement. The Employee Engagement Network Gary Cattermole Simply genuine discretionary effort, given willingly. 4
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Manisha Bapna Engaging diverse energies to one vision. Richard Merrick Your individual genius helps us excel. The Employee Engagement Network Gregory Ferris Know more, do more, contribute more. 5
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Dianne McCoy I value your contribution, every day! Leslie Allan Your employees are real people too. The Employee Engagement Network Jon Harvey Employees wanted: really wanted and appreciated. 6
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Tim Lobzun Management can not manage without employees. Fred Nickols Employee Engagement: Win it or lose. The Employee Engagement Network Paul Heath Trust and empowerment creates engaged colleagues. 7
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Betsy Kennally David J Kovacovich Creating possibilities where previously none existed. Together we can change the world. The Employee Engagement Network Tom Rausch From “me” to “we” to “us”. 8
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Julio C. Avila Fernando Boyco Yes, you already know the answer. Whatever you want it to be. The Employee Engagement Network Mark P. Friedman I disagree, but I’ll support you. 9
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Marc Lisa Sansom Engagement is your choice and responsibility. Understand others first. Then probe deeper. The Employee Engagement Network Kevin Burns Employees rarely engage before their managers. 10
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Annette Butler Diane Desjardins Consider changing your position when necessary! Let’s remember why we are together. The Employee Engagement Network Robert Morris Do it, own it, improve it. 11
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Peter Hart Richard Lock Education + entitlement + enablement equals real engagement! Ask much more than you tell. The Employee Engagement Network Nancy Lewis Shut your mouth. Open your ears. 12
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Alan Smith Dr. Scott Simmerman It’s not about you, serve others. Nobody ever washes a rental car. The Employee Engagement Network Bob Wiebe Bring out the best in people! 13
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS David Marklew Opportunity: Customer available engaged applicants preferred. Marlene Lynch Talk to me, I’m listening. The Employee Engagement Network Matthew Friesen Provide a purpose people believe in. 14
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Kellie Auld What you have to say, matters. John Prpich Your passion, your choice, your life. The Employee Engagement Network Gordon Schmidt I truly want to be here. 15
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Sheree Qutob-Cabral Respect diversity. Foster collaboration. Honour commitments. Jodi Salsman Start everyday with a positive attitude. The Employee Engagement Network Bonnie Mattick When highly creative, imagination’s in focus. 16
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Robert Reijmerink Adrian Bashford With what and how, tell why. Harness the oft neglected resource: emotion. The Employee Engagement Network Ian Groves-Loader Listening is not simply staying quiet. 17
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS People Metrics Why engage employees? To engage customers. Jim Taggart I cherish your brilliance yet humbleness. The Employee Engagement Network Maren Showkeir What legacy shall we create together? 18
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS John Malone Karl Edwards Find a way - to be accountable. Your genius challenges my leadership assumptions. The Employee Engagement Network Lara Tierney Truly collaborative efforts improve decision making. 19
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Warrick Glynn Really listening then acting builds trust. David L. Cowen Engage your people from their soul. The Employee Engagement Network Jacob Schneid Engage people by asking, not telling. 20
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Sybil F. Stershic Victor Andres Feeling respected and connected. Great workplace! Appreciation. Trust. The Elixir of Satisfaction. The Employee Engagement Network Dan Oestreich Courage! Dialogue not silence! Deep listening. 21
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Monica Diaz Engage yourself and inspire others, too! Deborah Austin Generate warmth: listen, love, laugh, lend. The Employee Engagement Network Geraldine Gatehouse Potential is limitless when people care. 22
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Raffaela Robin Wooddall Klein ‘It’s the small things that matter’. Connect your people to your possibilities. The Employee Engagement Network Brad Jennings Engagement begins with the employee experience. 23
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Rodger Scott Messinger Thank you! Thank You! Thank You! Give employees clear goals to accomplish. The Employee Engagement Network Suzanne Mitten Face to face conversation trumps email. 24
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Deri Latimer Lydia Woodroff You matter; I care; We rock! Determine and communicate outcomes, then empower. The Employee Engagement Network Bill Jensen The Golden Rule is it. Always. 25
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS David Bowles People really do make the difference! Denise Easton Build adaptive environments, let innovation emerge. The Employee Engagement Network Karunakaran TK They brought talent. We added purpose. 26
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Paul Jansen Dr. Scott Kimball Organization success: it’s the people, stupid! Reciprocal relationship between employee and employer. The Employee Engagement Network Doug Shaw Creativity and experience preferred, enthusiasm essential! 27
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Bill Scott Jasbindar Singh Value your people. Reap the rewards. Emotional connection generates greater employee engagement. The Employee Engagement Network Randi Sandlin Adding value, being valued. That’s it! 28
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Lynn Hauka When you soar, we all win. Derek Irvine I said, “thanks.” They engaged more. The Employee Engagement Network Jesse Goldman Share feedback frequently. Receive feedback graciously. 29
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Paul Conway Zane Safrit Business for sale. People hardly used. They engaged; then everyone engaged. Success! The Employee Engagement Network Siddharth Sharma Waiting to get back to work. 30
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Ken Milloy Jennifer Topping Capture a heart... unleash the passion. I know what I’m doing here. The Employee Engagement Network Masita Misdi Rely on intrinsic motivation to engage! 31
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Roy Saunderson Engagement is expectations and experience fulfilled. Michelle M. Smith Appreciating great work matters to people. The Employee Engagement Network Sally Foley-Lewis Success needs engagement, engagement needs you! 32
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Lisa Forsyth They knew they made a difference. Naomi Caietti Self-starter taking action right now. The Employee Engagement Network Soneeka Arora Don’t murmur, discuss issues and concerns! 33
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS James Brook Steve Short Enable success through strengths and vision. Think carefully, act decisively, create success. The Employee Engagement Network Anthony Sork Joined the company, left my manager. 34
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Kate Lloyd-Williams John W. Hall Listening, responding, committing to do better. I asked, you suggested, we conquered. The Employee Engagement Network Terrence Seamon Today, engage your self and others. 35
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Lisa Sibley Lisa Talk, listen, connect (TLC) to engage. Work is a playground - enjoy it! The Employee Engagement Network Garba Read from same script, same page. 36
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Michael Lee Stallard Michael J. Hart Nurture connections of mind and heart. Hire for attitude. Teach the skills. The Employee Engagement Network Chuck Compton Number one asset, employees, invest wisely. 37
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Brian Ellis Rita Maehling Engagement is a two-way street. Remember: culture eats strategy for lunch. The Employee Engagement Network Karen Caswell Your company, my life, our purpose. 38
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Kay Brown Monica Donahue Failure? Accept blame. Success? Give credit. People wanting to be their best. The Employee Engagement Network Rick Palmer Invest in people. People deliver success. 39
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Brian Reed Engage, empower, and get it done. Sayeda Homam Trust me. Empower me. Thank me. The Employee Engagement Network Mike De Vile Everyone here is brilliant. Believe it! 40
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Les Hudson Michaela Conley Engaged hearts are able and accountable. I am nothing, we are everything. The Employee Engagement Network Ganesh Ramakrishnan First day at work. Felt daily. 41
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Todd A. Eisenstadt Jen Waters I’m working so hard! Nobody notices. Motivated, committed employees sharing passion, purpose. The Employee Engagement Network Kenna Lewis Engaged employees make every moment count! 42
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Donna Daines-Hibbitt Jeannette Paladino Staying curious provides the best answers. Can I help you to improve? The Employee Engagement Network Mireille Jansma Motivation is personal. Stop ‘engaging’ me! 43
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Gyan Nagpal Kate Jenkinson I value you, I care too. Purpose, partnership, passion; in that order. The Employee Engagement Network Shalini Singh Create an insight, watch people grow. 44
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Clay Jordan Mark Johnson You are important.....for our success. Ask, share, reflect then take action. The Employee Engagement Network Heather Emberley It’s never too late to revise. 45
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Vijay Kumar Shrotryia Randi Busse Encourage, Nominate Genuinely and Gladly Endorse (ENGaGE) Treat them like they are family. The Employee Engagement Network Debbie Payne Love at work is employee engagement. 46
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS Sandy Kursis Challenge talents. Celebrate strengths. Coach opportunities. Brenda How can I serve you best? Mishak Beckman The Employee Engagement Network John Junson Respect must always be the keyword. 47
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS David Zinger Employee engagement must benefit everybody always. The Employee Engagement Network What is your six word story? The Employee Engagement Network Your Six Words ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 48
    • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN JUST SIX WORDS David Zinger, M.Ed., is a global expert on employee engagement who founded the Employee Engagement Network. www.davidzinger.com What is the future of employee engagement? The future is now as we move beyond surveys and simplistic techniques to integrating employee engagement into all facets of the organization’s approach to serving customers and creating results. To sustain engagement initiatives, employees must experience the rich benefits of engagement for themselves. What does David Zinger offer? Powerful result-focused and person-centered speaking, education, coaching, and consulting to meet the needs of each client. Organizations appreciate his leading-edge insights and approaches, spoken in the language of meaning, community, humor, story, and results. The Employee Engagement Network How do I get in touch with David Zinger? Contact him today at dzinger@shaw.ca or phone (204) 254-2130. 49