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Date: 5/11/2017
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This concise, informative e-newsletter is designed for cutting-edge business executives and management seeking the most effective ways to achieve goals through people.

Below you’ll find the latest news on this emerging field and how your organization can benefit. Feel free to contact us at 1.800.841.7850 for a quick introduction to this new field from the pioneers who helped found it and more specifically how it can potentially help your business or professional career.

New eBook Explains ISO Engagement Standards and Implications

HThere’s no reason to wait for engagement standards from ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, to profit from engagement in your organization. While ISO recently approved the creation of formal standards for engagement, the organization has already created Quality Management Principles and standards for engaging employees in quality management practices in 2012 that provide specific and useful guidelines similar in nature to those first produced by the Enterprise Engagement Alliance in 2009. Click here for a free copy of the new eBook, Enterprise Engagement and ISO Standards, produced by the Enterprise Engagement Alliance (EEA), to learn about guidelines and standards already place to help organizations of all sizes profit from the formal application of engagement principles. Click here to learn more.

New Study on How Neuroscience of Behavioral Economics Affects Employee Engagement

The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) recently released a white paper and study, “Using Behavioral Economics Insights in Incentives, Rewards, and Recognition: The Neuroscience” that describes some of the unifying behavioral economic principles connecting emotions and employee performance. Based on the findings of this research and many other studies, most organizations do not follow best practices when it comes to incentive or rewards program design.

The report cites four “social drives” outlined by Harvard researchers Paul Lawrence and Nitin Nohria that complement people’s biologic drives and regulate virtually everything happening in the workplace, noting that “If we learn how to work in tandem with these productive drives, our companies will enjoy maximum productivity and our employees will experience maximum engagement in their work.” Read more here.

Free Opportunity to Benchmark Your Engagement Practices

Do you wish to see how well your organization rates in its practices to engage customers, employees, and distribution partners? We have a confidential online tool that enables your organization to rank itself against the best practices of the Enterprise Engagement Alliance framework and certification program which aligns closely with current ISO 9001 Quality Management Principles and 20018 People Involvement guidelines for quality management.

Get your score in under 30 minutes by emailing or calling us today at the contact information above.


*Published with the permission of Engagement Strategies Media at EnterpriseEngagement.org

 

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