First blogpost of the year. Better make it good. Well, uh, I mainly want to repeat the last post of 2018. I am hung up on the DEE issue. Deep Employee Engagement. I think it is the answer to a lot of issues, including uncertainty and tech change/AI. So I am attaching a slightly expanded version of my prior "DEE" paper somewhat amended/beefed up.
DEE. A cure all? I honestly think it more or less is.
I love playing with words, so there are actually two versions appended herein. The second is exactly the same as the first, save for the title. The alternate title: EEE (or E-cubed). EEE: Extreme Employee Engagement.
The new versions start with two epigraphs, two of my all-time favorite quotes. To wit:
Richard Branson: "Business has to give people enriching, rewarding lives ... or it's not worth doing."
Oscar-winning director Robert Altman: "The role of the director is to create a space where the actors and actresses can be more than they have ever been before, more than they have ever dreamed of being."
Read and re-read (a zillion times) these two quotes—and start living up to the challenge they represent.
Now git goin'!
Deep Employee Engagement/DEE
Extreme Employee Engagement/EEE