The last two postings were pretty negative, since they were all about focusing on the "wrong" kind of engagement. In the interest of positiving things up a bit, click here for a Fast Company article that gets engagement right.
Of course, the news isn't unmitigatedly good. Here's the lead paragraph of the article:
"A recent study by Gallup shows in 2014 only 13% of employees are considered highly engaged in their jobs, a record low since they started the annual survey in 2000. After 14 years of awareness around engagement rates with employees, we’ve essentially made zero progress in improving the engagement of our workforce."