Most organizations and their leaders now accept that simple worker compliance is insufficient for achieving operational excellence and long-term success.

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Management writers, consultants, and academics have been telling us this for years. For example, a new book by Karen Martin, The Outstanding Organization, places Engagement as one of four ‘fundamental conditions’ that allow an organization to sustain consistently high value delivery over extended time frames.

Organizations are increasingly looking to deep employee engagement as a means to securing an unbeatable competitive advantage. If you want to build enduring engagement in your organization, answer these seven questions… read on

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James is an engineer, a multi-discipline project manager, a change agent, a student, and a writer. He is passionate about learning, sharing, being authentic, and always acting with integrity. He is a respectful dissenter in the face of unfair processes and corrosive organizational cultures.Connect with him at Leaders Beyond Hierarchy, LinkedIn, Twitter, or view his Lead Change Profile.
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