Why do organizations keep failing with employee engagement? By Annie McKee

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Annie McKee (Author & Program Director, University of Pennsylvania)

Annie McKee discusses why she believes so many organizations are failing to engage their employees despite years of corporate initiatives to accomplish this goal. According to McKee, companies need to move away from a task-oriented approach to employee engagement and instead start using emotional intelligence to develop a more interested and committed staff.


About Author

Annie McKee

Author & Program Director, University of Pennsylvania

Annie McKee is a bestselling author and advisor to top global leaders, from CEOs of Fortune 50 companies to government officials South Africa. She is Senior Fellow and serves as Director of Penn MedEd Master's Program and PennCLO Executive Doctoral Program at University of Pennsylvania. She also serves on the Board of Center for Social and Emotional Competency at University of the Pacific as well as the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute.

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