Elizabeth Craig and Lauren DeSimone

When Professor William Kahn first introduced the concept of engagement more than two decades ago, he observed that, for employees to engage at work, they must see meaningful benefits from investing their time and energy; they must have physical, cognitive and emotional resources available to invest; and they must feel that it’s safe (that is, without negative consequences) to invest themselves.

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