Tip #760: Lindquist’s Model of Engagement- Part Two

On February 18, 2019, Posted by , In management and leadership, By , , With Comments Off on Tip #760: Lindquist’s Model of Engagement- Part Two

“Connect the dots between individual roles and the goals of the organization. When people see that connection, they get a lot of energy out of work. They feel the importance, dignity, and meaning in their job.” –Ken Blanchard

Rusty Lindquist is the founder and CEO of Life Engineering. A few years ago, he created a model of employee engagement that enumerated 16 essentials. The following list and explanations are drawn from “16 building blocks that bolster employee engagement,” by Lauren Stead. The first eight essentials were identified in Tip #759. Here are the remaining eight essentials:

  1. Growth– feeling like you’re gaining mastery, progressing personally or professionally.
    Everyone likes the idea that they’re getting better at what they do.
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Tip #759: Lindquist’s Model of Engagement- Part One

On February 11, 2019, Posted by , In management and leadership, By , , With Comments Off on Tip #759: Lindquist’s Model of Engagement- Part One

“Create caring and robust connections between every employee and their work, customers, leaders, managers, and the organization to achieve results that matter to everyone in this sentence.” –David Zinger

Rusty Lindquist is the founder and CEO of Life Engineering. A few years ago, he created a model of employee engagement that enumerated 16 essentials. The following list and explanations are drawn from “16 building blocks that bolster employee engagement,” by Lauren Stead. Here are the first eight essentials. The remaining eight essentials will be covered in Tip #760.

  1. Objective– knowing where you’re going and why you should care about it.
    People need to know where they’re going. Otherwise, they’ll be aimless and lack motivation to keep going forward,
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