Employee Engagement - Global Considerations

Employee Engagement – Global Considerations

By: Brent Stackhouse, MBA

CEO/CVO, Consultancy Firm Manager

AB, International Relations, William & Mary ● MBA, Management, Troy University

The Stackhouse Agency, LLC


July 19, 2016


Global Considerations are an important aspect of Employee Engagement.  Technology, Efficiency, Behavioral Economics, Trade, Word Pictures, Specialization, and Nudging/“Intelligent Choices” are major parts of the Global Considerations - Employee Engagement relationship.  Global regions vary in workplace views.  Some regions find workplace environments more attractive and meaningful than other regions find their working conditions.  Companies are impacted by the role of trade, products, international markets, and regional perspectives.  Employee Engagement provides greater insight to an organization when global considerations are included in its assessments. 


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Behavioral Economics; Employee Engagement; global considerations; technology; workforce