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Harness Ad-Hoc Behaviors and Win!

Harness Ad-Hoc Behaviors and Win!

Getting the best performance from your team and building belief from every member is a constant business challenge, especially at this time when employee engagement is reported at an all time low. Stop over engineering and listen to the performers – embrace ad-hoc behaviors and accelerate your business.

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  • Tom Huberty
    Posted at 05:57h, 22 December Reply

    Mike, I took a look at the Oct 30 blog. The metaphors for harnessing the ad hoc behaviors is, “getting the right people on the bus, in the right seats.” The Gallup organization, in over 25 million surveys believes only 3 in 10 employees are engaged in doing a good job; 5 are disengaged, and 2 are actively disengaged (I suppose, undermining the success of others). Thanks for the information.

  • Cherry
    Posted at 06:49h, 30 December Reply

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