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Mastering the concept of team engagement has become a primary focus in the business industry. For many businesses, team engagement is a growing, overwhelming and challenging task around the world. Often confused with team satisfaction or happiness, team engagement has higher prominence when it comes to building a productive, fulfilled and profitable work environment.

While you can make your team happy with a salary increase, the team will still operate at minimum level solely to keep their job. This is not the goal you want to strive for. Rather, strive for a team that is fully invested in your business. With complete team buy-in, not only will the work environment strengthen, but your business, as well as your clients’ businesses, will be more profitable. You want a motivated team; a loyal team; a diligent team; a team that wants to work for your business, not just for the pay, but for fulfillment and experience. A strong team engagement process is your answer.

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About the Author

Colin Dunn

Director & Co-founder at PANALITIX

Colin is a Chartered Accountant who, having spent almost 10 years with one of the fastest growing and most innovative firms in the UK, has since invested over 20 years helping business owners to improve their businesses with a focus on attracting new clients, better managing existing clients, developing new products, building an engaged team and strengthening internal business processes.

Colin's primary focus at PANALITIX is on product development and business improvement content. He is the author of the bestselling book “Accountants: The Natural Trusted Advisors".

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