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The Enemy of Engagement
Mark Royal and Tom Agnew
New data collected by Hay Group management consultants suggest that many high-potential employees are also frustrated employees. Individuals who are highly engaged but face barriers at work preventing them from doing their jobs effectively represent 20 percent or more of the workforce. That’s a whopping number, and one that provides a devastating critique of workplace cultures today, with their procedural red tape, ever-shifting priorities, and persistent demands to do more with less.
Listen to this one-hour webcast with Mark Royal and Tom Agnew, authors of The Enemy of Engagement, to explore the top employee engagement questions asked during Canadian Management Centre’s National Thought Leader Series and the solutions they have provided for these workplace frustrations.
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