the ceo magazine, employee engagement,
Brady Wilson, Co-founder, Juice Inc.

Do the people in your organization ever suffer from brain freeze?

No, not the after-effect of bolting down that ice-cold frappuccino. I’m talking about when employees’ and leaders’ brains shut down at work—and they are unable to access their knowledge, experience, skills and strengths.

If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Many organizations are seeing this same troubling trend: they have workforces that are engaged, but exhausted.

the ceo magazine, employee satisfaction,
Anthony Zolezzi, Serial Entrepreneur, Innovation & Profitability CEO Advisor and Author

Most Fortune 500 businesses and CEOs that I consult for today have great brands and services. These brands, services and assets were, at one time, state of the art and best in class. However, these brands and services are now being challenged by an incredibly fast moving digital environment that is creating new competitors, new landscapes, and new, hot products faster than anyone could have ever imagined when their organizations were launched.

One day you see it clearly. Your employees are acting like owners. How did it happen? When did it happen? Why did it happen? These are all good questions. Chances are if your employees are acting like owners it is because you treat them like owners. What are the signs? Here are five big ones.



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