The viewpoint of "Beyond Engagement" is that workplace engagement begins inside the employees themselves, specifically in their brain and use of energy. The book suggests that leaders, tapping into their knowledge of the brain and energy gained from the book, can develop principles (not necessarily strict policies that help employees foster engagement within themselves and between each other. Getting to the point of optimal workplace engagement requires some changing. As the book points our, employees want to feel valued and trusted for their effort. Employers, on the other hand, have trouble trusting employees and focus on other engagement motivators that may not be central to their employees. This kind of misunderstanding is ripe for problems. That's where "Beyond Engagement" comes in.
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