Our Collection of Engagement Videos
The employee engagement videos below were developed by The Employee Engagement Group to demonstrate and explain the value of employee engagement to an organization.
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Our Ten Steps of Engagement video is a brief overview of the book Louder than Words. In this video, see author Bob Kelleher showcase his interactive presentation technique as he discusses the essentials of employee engagement.
Creativeship demonstrates that a sustainable business model going forward is made up of six key components: purpose, engagement, performance, innovation, tri-branding, and global growth.
Bob Kelleher has been Engaging Audiences Around the Globe with his dynamic engagement keynotes for over ten years now.
This interview with Bob Kelleher about the power of branding explains why employers should focus efforts on how employees see the organization from the inside. Use this video as a discussion starter about how your organization or department promotes itself internally and externally.
Communication is the cornerstone of employee engagement – that is Step 4 of the Ten Practical Employee Engagement Steps that Drive Results. This step is one of ten outlined in the book Louder than Words. In this interview, Bob discusses the important role that communication plays in engaging employees.
Good-Bye Aunt Betty addresses the changes to the HR function from one driven by policies and procedures to the new paradigm, focusing on leadership.
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JUST RELEASED: Why Is Your Boat Still Sinking? gives insight into why 68% of employees are still disengaged.
Who’s Sinking Your Boat? was designed to dramatically illustrate the key components of employee engagement and how important it is to the success of the organization.
This is a series of short, informative employee engagement insights, ideas, and tips provided by Bob Kelleher called BobTalks.
Engaging the Whole Person – May 2016
It’s hard to engage your employees if you aren’t considering their lives beyond the job. Engagement efforts to date have been focused on the “work” half of individuals’ lives. But engagement is deeper than that!
Building Engagement: Enterprise Wide and Individually – February 2016
The number one reason people stay with an organization, is also the same reason people leave. If you have a strong relationship with your boss you are more likely to be engaged – if you have a weak relationship with your boss you are more likely to be disengaged.
Engaging the Whole Person: in Work and
We tend to focus on only engaging the “employee”, but it’s time that we focus on engaging the whole person – both at work and in life.