4 responses to “Unexpectedness is worth a mint or $1.75 (Canadian): MMP#12

  1. Dan Whitmarsh

    “Employee Engagement for All” means that you must communicate with all employees: not as a group but to all individuals. Engagement happens one person at a time.

  2. Dan,

    Your are the man, at least so far.

    Seriously, I appreciate your comment that all means invididuals not just a collective.

    I catch a dash of the Three Musketeers, “One for all, and all for one.” Workplace loyalty through the thick of employee engagement and the thin of employee disengagement.

    Thanks Don,

    David
    un pour tous, tous pour un!

  3. Pingback: Employee Engagement isn’t Pointless | Cube Rules

  4. Ah, the pointless point.

    Now that is unexpected.

    Zen like and insightful. Well done.

    By the way did you know there are over 43 quintillion different ways to twist old Rubik’s cube.

    How do you rule the cube with that many twists?

    David

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