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Resources are abundant for the leader. When they effectively go "all-in," there is never a bad hand; everyone is a winner.
Check out the Harvard Business Review interview "Get Your Employees Engaged" featuring Doug Conant, former president and CEO of the Campbell Soup Company, and his story of going "all-in"
- Trust and employee engagement are important.
- You cannot expect high performance levels unless people are personally engaged.
- People will not be personally engaged unless they genuinely believe you are personally engaged in trying to make their lives better.
- Your people are not mind readers.
- Declare yourself.
- Deliver on your promises.
- Connect with people: send personal handwritten notes and walk around.