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The End of Internal Communication?

In 1989, at the end of Cold War, Francis Fukuyama famously proclaimed the "end of history". But, having just visited Russia and purchased a "Crimea is Ours" refrigerator magnet, I can assure you that history is alive and well and has a bright future. Similarly, some say that due to certain "inevitable" forces, we are… Continue reading The End of Internal Communication?

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Six Forms: An Alternative View of Engagement

Four years ago, I was moved enough by the unclarity around definitions of employee engagement that I felt compelled enough to offer my own:  “The Four Forms of Engagement,” which David Zinger, one of the field’s true “gurus,” was kind enough to publish on his website. Earlier this year, I started looking at engagement as… Continue reading Six Forms: An Alternative View of Engagement

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Selected Publications

Changing The Terms is a new site where I am mainly focused on sharing new thinking, but I am also keen to share some of my other items which I have published in recent years, mainly on external sites. Lessons from Lincoln This 2013 article on how following some principles Abraham Lincoln outlined in 1840… Continue reading Selected Publications