Engagement at the Senior Executive Level

It seems that disengagement affects organizations at all levels.

According to research by BlessingWhite (State of Engagement 2008), 50 percent of senior executives have “less than ideal emotional connection and alignment” to their organization.

Read a report on the presentation of BlessingWhite’s findings.

Why do you think executives are less than fully engaged?

Statistics would show that they are not under-compensated, proving once again that money can’t buy engagement.

Do executives feel underappreciated? Maybe this research presents a case for more recognition up the ranks.

What do you think?

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My name is Cindy Ventrice. I am the author of the best-selling book Make Their Day! Employee Recognition That Works and the companion guide Recognition Strategies That Work.

My work has been quoted in The New York Times, Alaska Airlines Magazine, Workforce Magazine, and Tim Sanders' book The Likeability Factor.


Visit my website www.maketheirday.com today!


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