While I don’t agree with everything in this article the basic point is noteworthy, “creating and maintaining an effective culture of commitment and engagement takes effort from leaders who work closely with employees.”  While supporting this point, the author makes some other points I agree with.

Here is an example, “Leaders need to work on creating excitement and enthusiasm,” Hunter said. “Be clear about the future you want to create. Be clear about what’s in it for everybody in the company. Build a sense of team. Have people feel like they’re a part of what’s going on; include them; have them feel acknowledged and appreciated. When you do that, that’s the formula for success.”