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Employee Engagement and Leadership

Top : Employee Engagement and Leadership - It's probably the buzz phrase of the 2000's - employee engagement. Many claim it's the key to productivity, and that leadership is a key component. Here we'll include literature about leadership and its role with EE (Employee Engagement).


  • Effective Leadership in a Virtual Workforce By Donna Dennis
    With employees scattered in different locations, and with more virtual workforces, do the skills needed to lead in the virtual workplace change? That's the focus of this article. (Added: 4-Feb-2013 Hits: 1145 )
  • Employee Engagement Is A Result Of Leader Engagement By William Powell
    The common perception is that leaders are typically more engaged than frontline employees. The prevalent thinking is that the more vertical you go in an organization, the more of an emotional investment the individual has in the success of the organization. The logical assumption is that these individuals in positions of leadership will be more engaged. According to this study, global leadership is at a staggering 18 percent. (Added: 9-Oct-2014 Hits: 422 )
  • Leadership by Proxy Causes Low Employee Engagement | Mission Minded Management By Michelle Malay Carter
    A Wyatt Watson survey in India found that the adoption of well known HR practices does not necessarily equate to higher employee satisfaction and engagement scores. I could not discern specifically what "well known HR practices" the study is referring to, but I suspect it includes the current idea of managers handing over more of their managerial work to HR (orientation, job scoping, performance management, coaching, selection, training), leaving the managers with only their "technical" work to do. I think we have gone too far in this, and the tail is wagging the dog. (Added: 17-Nov-2009 Hits: 929 )
  • Leadership's Impact on Employee Engagement: Differences Among Entrepreneurs and Professional CEOs By SSRN
    This study aims at identifying similarities and differences between the leadership practices of managing entrepreneurs and professional CEOs and to investigate how these impact on their immediate subordinates' satisfaction, commitment, motivation, and effectiveness (Engagement). Design: A multiple-respondents survey, aiming at CEOs and their immediate subordinates was conducted. Factor analysis, correlations and moderated regression analysis were used in order to reach conclusions. Findings: Two leadership dimensions are found to be most influential: (a) being a good manager/mentor and (b) articulating vision. (Added: 17-Nov-2009 Hits: 858 )
  • The Arenas of Success By Chris Widener
    "In this article we are going to be looking at the "Arenas" that every person, organization, or business can operate out of. They are Values, Responsibility, Possibility, Negotiation, Vision, Dedication, and Accomplishment. The degree of our success is directly related to the degree in which we excel in and balance these arenas. As you go through each segment, think practically, because these are intended to be more than intellectual ideas. They are intended to help you solidify them into your life and turn your potential into performance. Though this article is specific to business and industry, the principles here are easily translated into personal application." (Added: 21-Feb-2010 Hits: 527 )
  • The Growing Importance of Managers in Employee Engagement By  Gail S. Thornton
    More and more people are understanding that employee engagement really is determined most by the immediate manager rather than overarching corporate programs, making communication essential at all levels. (Added: 12-Mar-2015 Hits: 405 )

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