Thursday, March 18, 2010

David Harder on Becoming Engaged!

Here are three ways you can create full engagement with your own work:

1. Define and Find the work that makes you happy

You are never too young or too old to begin this process. The payoff is extraordinary for you and everyone around you.

2. Learn the skills necessary to succeed

Many of us don't define & pursue what we want because we don't get someone to help us develop the skills to succeed.

3. Build a community to support your ongoing success
Why do we have to drag winners from the Oscar podium? Because so many people helped them get there. Success isn't attained on our own.

Here are three ways you can create full engagement with your workers:

1. Attract, Train & Develop Great Bosses
The best job in the world becomes the job from hell if the boss isn't great. Build and develop engagement by developing leaders who tell the truth, praise people for their contributions and who continually develop talent to be the best they can be.

2. If you don't have full engagement, create an intervention
Check in with your own truth. If you don't have full engagement with your company, bring in help. Your business will realize more profit by addressing this issue head-on.

3. Develop an Employer Brand Identity
An employer brand is as important as the product or service brand of your business. The purpose of a brand is to create unshakable faith. If you develop an extraordinary and aspirational brand as an employer, people will want to become part of it. If you live up tothat brand, the competition will not be able to touch you.



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