** An open letter to my HR Friends **
Dear HR Friends,
Fundamental for an organization to thrive and grow is having talented employees who are committed, motivated and engaged.This is an accepted conclusion of scores of studies on employee engagement, now a commonly overused buzzword with an entire leadership curriculum behind it. Research studies, as cited by Debbie Hance, Head of Business Psychology, Head Lamp, HRZONE.com – such as those by UK government’s 2009 review on employee engagement , Gallup  and the Corporate Leadership Council  –
“[Research studies] champion the transformational possibilities of engagement and seduce us with the promise of increased productivity, improved financial performance, lower attrition and absenteeism, and higher levels of customer satisfaction and innovation.
In the hopeful expectation of reaching this euphoric nirvana – where employees are more motivated, happier, more committed and more involved – many organizations have embarked on their own engagement journey…
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