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Enterprise Engagement: The Textbook Focuses on Using Engagement to Achieve Business Goals

By Bruce Bolger on March 21, 2014

Enterprise Engagement Textbook:  From the Public Policy Perspective Enterprise Engagement is a new field that responds to the growing outcry for a more humane form of capitalism, while remaining true to capitalism’s goal of maximizing profits, because it proves that the two are not only compatible but are actually better for shareholders over the long […]

Investment Community Increasingly Considers Engagement Issues

By Bruce Bolger on April 23, 2015

When one of the world’s largest and most successful asset managers does something, it’s only a matter of time before other investment companies do the same. According to a recent article in Economic Times, BlackRock and others now consider Glassdoor.com statistics and other employee engagement data they can gather as part of their overall analysis […]

Engagement University in Denver: Key Takeaways

By Bruce Bolger on April 21, 2015

We will be publishing a number of articles about last week’s Engagement U. in the coming days, as well as posting the presentations, but here are a few immediate takeaways: Enterprise Engagement is indeed emerging into a formal field – almost all attendees surveyed say they believe engagement is emerging as a hot topic, and […]

Moving Engagement From Buzzword to Implementation

By Bruce Bolger on April 14, 2015

A recent column by New York Times writer Tony Schwartz, demonstrates what happens when a field shifts from concept to practice. Schwartz, with whom we have never had any contact, is also an early proponent of the concept of engagement as demonstrated by his book, “The Power of Full Engagement,” published 12 years ago. Interestingly, […]

The Enemy of Engagement: Bad Bosses

By Bruce Bolger on April 9, 2015

The dirty little secret of life in the workplace is that you can work for a great company and have a terrible boss. The company might be known for visionary leadership, pay its employees well, provide great benefits or professional development opportunities and still have bad managers. According to a recent Career Builder report, bad […]

A Broad Impact on Society, the Economy and Business

By Bruce Bolger on April 8, 2015

Engagement has implications that go beyond just our daily business. The British believe it is for the well-being of society by creating a better workplace for employees. We, being Americans, also believe it’s about creating a better place for customers and the distribution partners and vendors who help companies succeed. On a more granular level: […]

Still Questioning Whether or Not Engagement Is Mission-Critical?

By Bruce Bolger on April 7, 2015

What great timing for Engagement University. The EEA has been on what does feel like a long mountain climb with many false summits, and this indeed may be another. But as we convene with many of the people who helped us create and test the first-ever formal curriculum on engagement – long before anyone else […]

Engagement Enterprises LLC, EEA Parent, Closes Sale of its Universal Rewards Exchange (URE) Business Unit to Hinda Incentives Inc.

By Bruce Bolger on April 6, 2015

Engagement Enterprises LLC (EE) at www.engagemententerprises.net has announced that it has completed the sale of its Universal Rewards Exchange and VirtualRewards365.com businesses to Hinda Incentives Inc. Engagement Enterprises will use the proceeds from the sale to focus on its education programs, media properties, benchmark tools and the Engaged Company Stock Index, all designed to help […]

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