September is the
time when America's workers put away the beach gear and renew their focus on
work. Summer tans may be fading but smart employees can keep a glow by
re-engaging at work.
Author and employee
retention expert Leigh Branham has made a career out of teaching
employers how to engage and retain employees. But any successful relationship
is a two-way street and employees owe it to themselves to self-engage on the
commit yourself to focusing on Branham's five principles of employee
self-engagement that he posits in Re-Engage: How
America's Best Places to Work Inspire Extra Effort in Extraordinary Times.
Branham argues that employees should take
responsibility for engagement by:
Assess your job
using Branham's five principles and see how you measure up. Use September to
sync up your situation with these principles; you may find that commitment to
self-engagement renews your vigor at work.
What steps do you take to self-engage at work?
Do you have any tips for getting back to business after the lazy days of
summer? Share your thoughts here and on the Beyond Folders Community's Facebook and Twitter
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