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Jun
10
Brady Wilson

Generally speaking, a disengaged employee is unhappy with their work environment.

So should it not follow, then, that an engaged employee is happy?

Not necessarily.

Engaged employees often stay with an organization, do decent work and never complain. But their behaviours aren’t necessarily borne from happiness.


The reality is that people stay for a variety of reasons: often, they are simply motivated by a paycheque, fears of unemployment, or they just don’t want to change their day-to-day routine by looking elsewhere for work.

Does that sound like happiness to you?

What if you could have employees who, as the Pharell song “Happy” goes, feel like “a room without a roof,” fueled with energy to:

  • do their very best work,
  • be innovative and
  • have the ongoing desire to go Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (A.B.C.D.)?

Doesn’t that sound more like a happy workforce to you? And not only happy, but the makings of a superstar workforce?

There is so much beyond traditional engagement. I know because I’ve seen it—many, many times over.

At Juice, we offer training to help organizations create the best “lived experience” for their employees: energized and positive working environments in which people can flourish and thrive, be passionate, be innovative, and have purpose.

And in return, those organizations can realize all sorts of amazing business benefits.

Want to know more about the benefits of going Beyond Engagement?

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