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Ask Your Doctor If You Are Healthy Enough For Employee Engagement

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There is a magic bullet available for companies struggling with their performance. Available by prescription only, the engagement pill will give your company an immediate performance boost, while a slow release caplet can provide a performance boost for up to 36 hours. You never know when the moment is right for employee engagement, and now with the new 36 hour slow release caplet you can take advantage of spontaneous moments where employee engagement can be enhanced.  

No more need for having a clear vision and effective leadership, informing people how they contribute, how they fit into the larger picture and making them feel valued. No reason to provide people what they need in order to perform their jobs with high quality, in a fashion which creates pride. With the engagement pill, performance feedback is not necessary nor is the need for recognition for a job well done. Developing people so that they can perform better? Don’t worry about it. Planning for and communicating about the future? It is a thing of the past. Innovation and risk taking? Why take a chance?  

Don’t be fooled by knock off engagement pills or generics that you can buy through the internet. Only actual engagement pills, with the prescription available from your engagement specialist, will have the lasting desired effect you and your organization have been searching for. Before taking engagement pills, make sure you ask your doctor if you and your organization are healthy enough to begin a regimen of sustained engagement.

Warning: If your engaged workforce lasts for more than 4 hours please seek out immediate assistance to prevent long-term negative effects. Side effects may include setting engagement score goals simply for the sake of having a measurement rather than actually using the potential of engagement to achieve organizational goals and blurred vision, which can include a loss of focus.  

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Written by Jeffrey M. Saltzman

March 23, 2010 at 7:20 am

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  1. Wonderful! This is no quick fix, no splint, no pill. Some of it must be hard work. But it must ALL be authentic work. That’s the only key to sustainable engagement.

    Martha Finney

    March 23, 2010 at 10:08 am

    • A few questions:

      Should the engagement pill be taken before or during organizational changes?

      Some managers apparently find engagement hard to swallow. Should it be rammed down their throats?

      Once engagement starts to improve, should the pill be discontinued?

      Daniel Baitch

      March 23, 2010 at 3:00 pm

  2. Wow – I like 36 hour duration… then you can REALLY make things happen!
    Do they have to eat before taking this pill? It might just make them sick if they take it on an empty stomach.

    Point well made!

    Corinne Donovan

    March 30, 2010 at 10:17 am

  3. Reblogged this on Jeffrey Saltzman's Blog.

    Jeffrey M. Saltzman

    June 10, 2012 at 7:29 am

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