17 Employee Engagement Lessons from Game Of Thrones
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17 Employee Engagement Lessons from Game Of Thrones

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Is your office turning into King’s Landing every Monday morning? By now it doesn’t even matter if you’re a Game of Thrones fan or not, your employees most probably are. ...

Is your office turning into King’s Landing every Monday morning? By now it doesn’t even matter if you’re a Game of Thrones fan or not, your employees most probably are.
If you want to avoid disciplinary meetings over spoilers and office gossip on who should sit on the Iron Throne we suggest keep your employees engaged and happy. You’re welcome.

Here’s what you need to learn:

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17 Employee Engagement Lessons from Game Of Thrones 17 Employee Engagement Lessons from Game Of Thrones Presentation Transcript

  • Is your office turning into King’s Landing every Monday morning?
  • Here are some lessons to help you avoid disciplinary meetings over spoilers and office gossip on who should sit on the Iron Throne.
  • Be the leader they want to follow, not the leader they’re forced to work with. View slide
  • Don’t get out a press release stating you value your employees if their salaries are constantly late. View slide
  • The power is yours when your team trusts you. Be a servant leader!
  • As a manager, you are a culture influencer. Set the tone to camaraderie, team work and assertiveness.
  • The House of Feedback sits on the Iron Throne of Employee Engagement. Are you listening to the voice of the employee? Following up on it?
  • Successful companies have a particularly important thing in common – they have very strong company values. And they act on them.
  • Work is the no.1 engagement driver. Are your employees happy with what they do? Do they find meaning in it?
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