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China Summary Translation: 'Get, Give, Grow: A Conversational Model for Improving Employee Engagement'

Published: 21 June 2018

ID: G00355525

Analyst(s): Lily Mok , Elise Olding


Employee engagement is low in many organizations. Especially in times of business disruption, low employee engagement can be a barrier to success. Three simple questions can shape CIOs' ongoing conversations with their employees to help improve their engagement and motivation.

Table Of Contents



Get, Give, Grow: A Conversational Model for Improving Employee Engagement

  • Key Findings
  • Recommendations


  • Engagement Drives Performance
  • Work Is a Social Endeavour
  • Conversations Are Our Most Important Social Medium
  • Instead of Performance Reviews, Have Regular Engagement Conversations
  • Three Pillars Supporting Better Engagement Conversations
  • Explore, Agree, Record, Check, Adjust
  • Iterate, Cascade, Thrive

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