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Correcting the Grammar of Employee Engagement 10.08.2015
By: Lewis Garrad, Managing Director for Asia Pacific

When you talk about Employee Engagement, are you using the word “Engagement” as an adjective or a verb? Perhaps you’ll say that you use it as both at the same time? This might seem like a facetious question but it’s important. When we use the term interchangeably we underestimate the fundamental differences between the two definitions, which influences how we respond to our problems and challenges.

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