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My Job, My Passion - Ok, Maybe Not!

Mondays in the office are generally tough.  The lazy, mindless and relaxing Sunday afternoons with the family are replaced with corporate lingo and a task driven frame of mind on Monday mornings.  Last Monday, my day started with a 9am team meeting where I joined 10 HR colleagues in a conference room.  As I was getting comfortable in the oversized leather chairs surrounding the long table propped with notebooks, pens and Starbucks coffee cups, I faced a wall which housed a screen with a slide projecting the words “Employee Engagement.” 

 

I recently completed an employee engagement survey for a client and generally this is an HR topic of great interest to me but on this day it was not.  I couldn’t pinpoint the reason but I just wasn’t feeling it.  After 10 slides filled with bar graphs, pie charts and other compelling reasons to demonstrate the “business case” for companies to take employee engagement seriously, one slide caught my attention.  It was as if the screen had its own set of arms, grabbed me out of my chair and reeled me in to its content.  I was so drawn to what I saw on the screen..READ MORE....

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Comment by Alfie on March 24, 2011 at 12:36am

Renaclaire, yes, the momentum leading up to Friday is great! Have a wonderful weekend!  I'm heading over to your site for a visit and a follow.  Please stop by:

Alfie

http://reflectandrealize.blogspot.com/

Comment by Reanaclaire on March 23, 2011 at 9:54pm

Yes, I agree with you.. on Monday mornings, I always wake up dreading the day ahead.. but thank goodness, tomorrow is Friday.. yipee!!!

 

http://www.reanaclaire.com/2011/03/whats-up-doc.html

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