Leadership Briefs received the 2016 First Place Gold Medallion for the Business Category by the Midwest Independent Publisher's Association (MIPA). Earlier this year it also received the Readers' Favorite 2015 International Finalist Book Award for Excellence in Writing. It is a continual reference for leadership practitioners who want to: (1) shape a leadership development culture, (2) stretch their own leadership capacity, and (3) accelerate the leadership development of those who follow.
Dick is the president of The Leadership Development Group. He is a leadership strategist with a passion to help organizations unravel the complexities of developing engaged leaders. His assess, learn, and grow model assists organizations in the design of structures and systems that accelerate leadership development for emerging and seasoned leaders. Daniels hosts The Leadership Development Group on LinkedIn Groups. This online forum includes more than 20,000 global members sharing best practice insights. He is a member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council, an opt-in research community of business professionals and a member of the Center for Creative Leadership's Leading Insights Online Panel. Leadership Briefs was awarded the First Place Gold Medallion for the Business Book Category by the Midwest Independent Publisher's Association (MIPA) for the 12 state region.
Disengagement is the result of personal baggage of the employee or dysfunction of the organization and its leadership. In either case there is a predictable sequence of emotions that transition team members from engagement to disenggement.
Lead well and employee engagement will not be a primary issue. Some team members become disengaged because the organization never closes the quality gap between culture and climate. The greater the gap between the ideal and the real, the more team members are prompted to begin the shift from engagement to disengagement. Other team members are disengaged because of the personal baggage they bring to work every day.