Employer-of-Choice Engagement Practices Review and Checklist

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Do senior leaders in your organization do what it takes to build trust and

confidence among employees? Review the engagement practices presented

in this chapter and check the ones you believe your organization needs to

implement or improve.

To Inspire Trust and Confidence in Senior Leaders:

52. _ Inspire confidence in a clear vision, a workable plan, and the competence

to achieve it.

53. _ Back up words with actions.

54. _ Demonstrate trust and confidence in your workforce.

Notes

1. Research study cited by Rachel King, in ‘‘Great Things Are Starting

at Yum,’’ Workforce Management, November 2003.

2. The Gallup Organization, 2002.

3. ‘‘CEO Compensation Practices in the S&P,’’ Watson Wyatt survey, 2002.

4. Mercer Consulting, ‘‘2002 People at Work Survey,’’ 2002.

5. Ibid.

6. Ibid.

7. ‘‘Executive Excess 2003: CEOs Win; Workers and Taxpayers Lose,’’ a

report by the Institute for Policy Studies and United for a Fair Economy,

2003.

8. Amy Kover, ‘‘Dick Kovacevich Does It His Way,’’ Fortune, May 15,

2000.

9. Chuck Salter, ‘‘And Now the Hard Part,’’ Fast Company, May 2004.

10. Jim Collins, Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and

Others Don’t (New York: Harper Business, 2001).

11. Ibid.

12. Salter, ‘‘And Now the Hard Part.’’

13. Pamela Babcock, ‘‘Is Your Company Two-Faced,’’ HR Magazine,

January 2004.

14. George Anders, ‘‘Honesty Is the Best Policy—Trust Us,’’ Fast Company,

August 2000.

15. Lance H. Secretan, Reclaiming Higher Ground: Building Organizations

That Inspire Excellence’’ (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997).

16. Chuck Hutchcraft, ‘‘Toro Chairman Sows Seeds of Restructuring,’’

The Chicago Tribune, November 21, 1995.

17. Carol Hymowitz, ‘‘Bosses Need to Learn Whether They Inspire, or

Just Drive, Staffers,’’ Wall Street Journal, February 18, 1999.

18. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, Respect: An Explanation (New York: Perseus

Books, 1999).