Leadership and Employee Engagement.

  • Wallace L
  • Trinka J
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Abstract

The article discusses the importance of employee engagement to drive productivity during tough economic times. According to a research, employee engagement productivity reduces turnover and increases focus about 20%. It states that great leadership generate the increased employee engagement that result to organizational performance.

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  • EMPLOYEES
  • FINANCIAL crises
  • LABOR productivity
  • LEADERSHIP
  • MANAGEMENT
  • ORGANIZATIONAL effectiveness
  • PERFORMANCE standards

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Authors

  • Les Wallace

  • Jim Trinka

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