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Most companies chase employee engagement to inspire great work. But are highly engaged employees truly innovating, producing results, and delighting customers?

O.C. Tanner’s recent Great Work Study shows an interesting phenomenon regarding the relationship between employee engagement and the amount of great work completed. The study showed that being involved in a great work project has a greater impact on engagement than being highly engaged has on doing great work. 

Find out more about:

  • The difference between good work and great work.
  • How to tell if someone is really doing great work.
  • If engagement leads to great work does great work lead to engagement?
  • Which employees are really in the top 10% of performance and engagement.

As far as accomplishments, great work, and engagement goes, this orange paper is a must read. Download it for free now.

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