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Employee Engagement Intelligence Briefing: 2017.03.13 – 2017.03.17

DECLASSIFIED - Wikimedia CommonsI’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement.  Below is the latest intelligence briefing on employee engagement. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest updates.

 

 

“These assets have been declassified and should be distributed to fellow “Agents” for review.”

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE

The Role of Onboarding in Employee Lifetime Value: Part 2

Greenhouse: “In Part 2 (this post), I’ll share: 1) A quick refresher on ELTV; 2) How we used ELTV to refine our onboarding metrics; 3) Some of our learnings from that process.”

 


 

 

 

How People Analytics Reinvented Employee Engagement Surveys at Google

Impraise: “Surveys should not just be about checking the pulse of your workplace, they should be about constantly trying to improve it. Many companies are now using employee surveys to generate their own People Analytics, allowing them to gain deeper insights into their company’s culture and better inform how they design their employee experience.”

 

 

 

How to be a Good Manager [Infographic]

TinyPulse: “Here’s an infographic from CIPHR that offers some essential tips on how to be a good manager.”

 

 

 

Adam Grant’s Tips for Hiring & Developing Original Thinkers

Globoforce: “WorkHuman 2017 speaker and best-selling author Adam Grant has some ideas that might surprise you. We recently talked with Grant about his new book, Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World. In the first part of our conversation below, we discuss procrastination, combating groupthink, and why you should start hiring for cultural contribution as opposed to cultural fit.”

 

 

 

Becoming a Times Best 100 Company

ThanksBox: “We sit down with Mairi Probin, to talk about winning the number one spot in Best Big Company to work for in the UK (in 2012 and 2014), how to build an effective engagement strategy and some of the common things that trip people up. Learn what it takes to secure the number one spot of the Best Companies List, along with top tips to boost employee engagement in your organisation.”

 

 

 

Engagement Weekly: Choosing the Right Methods

Allen Communication: “Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at some examples of companies with good engagement, as well as different methods to improve engagement.”

 

 

 

How To Hold Your Team Accountable (Without Micromanaging)

OfficeVibe: “We all know that micromanaging is bad. Employees become unmotivated, it’s a waste of time for everyone involved, and employees never grow. But of course, as a leader, you can’t never check in with your employees and let them do whatever they want, there has to be some control. So managers are in a tough spot. How do you balance the two? How do you walk that very delicate line and keep your team in check while not looking like a micromanager?”

 

 

 

50+ Ideas for Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace That You Can Start Today

LinkedIn Talent Blog: “To help companies get started today, I’m excited to share over 50 of the ways we’ve invested in diversity and inclusion at Lever. Understandably, every team worries about headcount, budget, and bandwidth, but diversity and inclusion should – and more importantly, can – be a priority in resource-strapped companies.”

 

 

 

Why Isn’t Employee Engagement Engaging Employees?

HR Executive Online: “Despite good intentions, employee-engagement programs seem to be falling short of their promise, and end up engendering frustration and, far worse, cynicism among the workforce.”

 

 

 

Research: How Incentive Pay Affects Employee Engagement, Satisfaction, and Trust

Harvard Business Review: “Our study, published in Human Resource Management Journal, examined the extent to which each payment scheme was associated with employees’ experience of well-being, as measured by job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and trust in management. It also explored the relationship between the schemes and employees’ experiences of high work intensity and how this might explain any undesirable influence of incentive pay on well-being.”

 

 

 

 

Fellow Agents, what are your thoughts on this intelligence? What do you have to add?  What other sources should be consulted? Make entries in the comments log below.

 

 

Let’s Engage! 

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
Connect via LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/GregoryFSimpson.
Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

Other recent Agent in Engagement data/reports by Agent Gregory F Simpson:

 

 

 

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Employee Engagement Intelligence Briefing: 2017.02.27 – 2017.03.03

I’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement.  Below is the latest intelligence briefing on employee engagement. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest updates.

 

 

“These assets have been declassified and should be distributed to fellow “Agents” for review.”

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE

9 Devastating Truths Undermining Your Employee Engagement

Customer Think: “So what is the truth behind some of the common practices that so many call center leaders assume or think is working, that are in fact creating unintentional self-sabotage?” 

 


 

 

 

Why You Need To Hire Based On Company Alignment 

SparkHire: “One of the most important elements to consider when hiring is whether or not the potential candidate aligns with the values of the company. Why? Because when people are passionate about what they do and connect with a mission, the more likely they are to stay at the company and thrive.”

 

 

 

How One Growing Company Is Changing Its Culture

ERE Media: “A year into our transformation, I’d like to share a few early insights that might help you as you navigate your own culture journey, whether in your department or company-wide. Here are five tips to help you on your path to cultural transformation.”

 

 

 

Making Your Business A Great Place To Work Requires More Investment Than You Think

Forbes: “As the war for top talent continues to escalate, company leaders need to increase their budgets for employee experience.”

 

 

 

3 Programs Adopted By Award-Winning Workplaces

Globoforce: “The 2016 SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey report shows where to focus your efforts for the best results. We asked nearly 800 HR professionals if their organization has received an award for workplace culture or programs in the past three years. We then looked at the types of programs prevalent in those award-winning organizations.”

 

 

 

17 Shocking Truths About High Employee Turnover [INFOGRAPHIC]

Switch and Shift: “What causes high employee turnover and what can be done to remedy the problem? The following infographic from the Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness (CMOE) may offer some insight on the issue of employee attrition.”

 

 

Engagement Weekly: Companies That Are Getting It Right

Allen Communication: “Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at some examples of companies with good engagement, as well as how wellness and engagement work together.”

 

 

 

Employees All Over The World Don’t Get Enough Praise

Bonusly: “We measured 10 different metrics of engagement, and in the recognition metric, we found some pretty shocking statistics.”

 

 

 

Jasmine Gartner talks engagement, performance & anthropology

Halogen Software: “Jasmine Gartner, author of the book Employee Engagement: A Little Book of Big Ideas, chats with David Zinger about the insights that social anthropology can bring to employee engagement and performance management. She also discusses the five spheres of engagement and how they can help improve performance and communicate the company’s vision and strategy.”

 

 

 

How You Can Create a More Diverse and Inclusive Workplace

Greenhouse: “Greenhouse’s Director of Employee Experience, Melanie Oberman teamed up with 2020Shift’s CEO, Ariel Lopez to discuss the value of D&I, strategies for companies to get started, and tips towards building a more diverse and inclusive workplace.”

 

 

 

Fellow Agents, what are your thoughts on this intelligence? What do you have to add?  What other sources should be consulted? Make entries in the comments log below.

 

 

Let’s Engage!

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
Connect via LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/GregoryFSimpson.
Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

Other recent Agent in Engagement data/reports by Agent Gregory F Simpson:

 

 

 

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2016: A Year In Review – Demonstrating Engagement Through an Infographic

Agent in Engagement Banner with 4 TargetsHow do you demonstrate your engagement? Engagement isn’t the sole responsibility of the company for which you work. You, as an individual, have a responsibility as well.

 

When I considered this, I came up with a plan to start tracking my professional and personal development activities outside of the workplace.

 

Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you can’t measure something, you can’t understand it. If you can’t understand it, you can’t control it. If you can’t control it, you can’t improve it.

– H. James Harrington

 

 

After reviewing the information I collected, I decided to create an infographic or “a visual image such as a chart or diagram used to represent information or data.”1 The result was a means to illustrate the professional and personal development activities in which I engaged throughout the year. I began creating these annual infographics in 2013. If you are interested in doing the same, you can learn about the process I used by reading Continuing to Engage Through the Infographic.

 

Today, I’m releasing my fourth infographic: Gregory F Simpson – Agent In Engagement 2016: A Year In Review [Infographic]

Click here for the 2013 – 2016 infographics in pdf format:
Agent In Engagement 2013: A Year In Review [Infographic]
Agent In Engagement 2014: A Year In Review [Infographic]
Agent In Engagement 2015: A Year In Review [Infographic]
Agent In Engagement 2016: A Year In Review [Infographic]

 

What do think about my 2016 infographic? Given the number of activities and accomplishments I recorded, I was forced to prioritize the items to include. For example, I attended 40+ hours of webinars and 200+ hours of classes/lectures on professional development topics yet was not able to include that as a section given the limited space available.

 

Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems, wish for more skills. Don’t wish for less challenges, wish for more wisdom. The major value in life is not what you get. The major value in life is what you become. Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become.

– Jim Rohn

 

I find this exercise very enlightening because it allows me to get an overview of how I spend my time. I can evaluate my success in achieving the goals I set for myself in 2016 as well as better focus on what I need to accomplish in 2017.

 

 

What do you think about using an infographic to tell your story? What do you do in terms of professional and personal development?

 

 

1 “infographic.” OxfordDictionaries.com. Oxford, 2014. Web. 26 Feb. 2014.

 

 

Let’s Engage! 

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
Connect via LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/GregoryFSimpson.
Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

Other recent Agent in Engagement data/reports by Agent Gregory F Simpson:

 

 

 

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Employee Engagement Intelligence Briefing: 2017.02.06 – 2017.02.10

DECLASSIFIED - Wikimedia CommonsI’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement.  Below is the latest intelligence briefing on employee engagement. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest updates.

 

 

“These assets have been declassified and should be distributed to fellow “Agents” for review.”

 

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE

The 7 Elements in Mapping an Unforgettable Employee Experience

Employee Connect: “The employee experience has become increasingly important in HR management because of evolving business trends such as peer-to-peer sharing, high turnover rates and competitive recruiting practices. The employee journey begins before a job applicant even decides to apply, and it continues after the employee leaves the company as an alumnus. In today’s customer-centric marketing, the employee experience has become just as important as the customer journey because satisfied employees provide better customer service and generate staff and customer referrals.”

 


 

 

 

A Manager’s Guide to Building Trust

Globoforce: “We sat with [Paul J. Zak, founding director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies at Claremont Graduate University]  to ask for his tips on building trust, common practices that breed mistrust, and the importance of recognition that is timely, unexpected, and personal.”

 

 

 

How open and honest communication impact employee engagement

CultureAmp: “We know communication in the workplace is important because it affects our ability to work together. It also affects our level of engagement as employees. To understand this connection, David Ostberg, Director of Insights at Culture Amp and Chris Yeh, a co-author of The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age and co-founder of Allied Talent, presented research on communication and engagement.”

 

 

 

We’re Thinking About Time Spent At Work All Wrong

OfficeVibe: “Time spent at your desk means nothing. What time you show up or leave means absolutely nothing. Unfortunately, our biases get in the way of this. I’m here today to ask everyone reading this to please stop. Seriously, you’re doing a disservice to yourself and your employees.”

 

 

 

Searching For The Perfect Employee Engagement Tool? Seven Things To Consider

Forbes: “Below, seven successful human resources executives from ForbesHuman Resources Council share their top tips for selecting an employee engagement tool that’s suited for your own business.”

 

 

 

Engagement Weekly: Employee Engagement Is A Team Effort

Allen Communication: “Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at the ways in which you can get your whole company involved in employee engagement, some specific strategies to use, and some to avoid.”

 

 

 

Is Your Employee Development Broken? Here’s How to Fix It.

Entrepreneur: “Without hope or excitement about their future with a company, employees will have a difficult time connecting with their jobs. Let’s take a look at the three ways traditional employee-development programs are hurting employee engagement.”

 

 

 

My Employees Are All Millennials – Here’s How I Manage and Retain Them

LinkedIn Talent Blog: “Overall, I manage my millennials the way I would manage any employee I hope will grow and support my organization. At the end of the day, it seems they all just want to have the same lucrative career opportunities as any generation before them.”

 

 

 

7 Communication Hacks To Boost Employee Engagement

OfficeVibe: “While polished communication skills require focused dedication and experience, there are shortcuts you can take to boost your results almost immediately. The following list will explore seven communication hacks that you can execute in the workplace to extract valuable feedback, build trust and rapport, and ultimately inspire your team.”

 

 

 

Building a Culture-First Company

CultureIQ: “When we learned that UpBuild, CultureIQ’s SEO agency, considers itself a culture-first organization, we knew it was the start of a great partnership. And so we asked UpBuild’s founder and CEO Mike Arnesen to share what it means to put culture first, every step of the way. Here is his story.”

 

 

 

Fellow Agents, what are your thoughts on this intelligence? What do you have to add?  What other sources should be consulted? Make entries in the comments log below.

 

 

Let’s Engage! 

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
Connect via LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/GregoryFSimpson.
Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

Other recent Agent in Engagement data/reports by Agent Gregory F Simpson:

 

 

 

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Employee Engagement Intelligence Briefing: 2017.01.30 – 2017.02.03

declassified - 1415 - top secret crossed outI’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement.  Below is the latest intelligence briefing on employee engagement. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest updates.

 

 

“These assets have been declassified and should be distributed to fellow “Agents” for review.”

 

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE

Google Searches Its Soul: Inside the Search Giant’s Effort to Get More Diverse – And to Change the Way We See the World

Fortune: “For a company built on delivering the rich diversity of human experience, the tech titan is not itself a diverse place to work—and it’s moving to change that. Google has decided to search its soul.”

 


 

 

 

Seven Ways To Listen To Your Team (Without Taking A Survey)

Forbes: “Luckily you can ditch the “confidential” employee survey and replace it with simpler, timelier and more human alternatives. It is easy to listen to your team, but you have to shift your mindset away from mechanical processes (like surveys) and toward human interactions to get there.”

 

 

 

A New Wave of HR Technology Consolidation Begins

LinkedIn Pulse: “Today, however, as organizations become more agile and team oriented, these tools are moving in a whole new direction. Now we need software that facilitates teamwork and agile goal management (Trello’s market), helps people give each other feedback (Kanjoya’s focus), and helps facilitate continuous performance management and self-improvement (TMBC’s focus). These tools are consumer-like, easy to use, and mobile by design.”

 

 

 

The Real Reason People Are Leaving Your Company

OfficeVibe: “I truly believe that the biggest thing you do for employees to not respect you has to do with time, but here are a few other reasons why your employees don’t respect you.”

 

 

 

William Kahn: Q&A With The Founding Father Of Engagement (Part 2)

Halogen Software: “Part 2 of a two-part Q&A between Dr.William Kahn, acknowledged repeatedly for his legacy as the founding father of engagement, and David Zinger in which they discuss meaningfulness of work, availability in the context of engagement, and the most important thing individuals can do to enhance engagement.”

 

 

 

Engagement Weekly: The Yin and Yang of Engagement and Productivity

Allen Communication: “Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at how engagement and productivity can work together, as well as more tips for improving both.”

 

 

 

3 Reasons Employee Engagement Is Declining — And How Managers Can Improve It

Forbes: “There are three measures in particular in [the TINYpulse, 2017 Employee Engagement Report: The Broken Bridges of the Workplace] that I feel go to the heart of substantive problems management often deals with – problems that if not resolved have far-reaching consequences on employee engagement (or more accurately, disengagement), productivity and retention.”

 

 

 

5 Reasons To Hire An Introverted Leader

OfficeVibe: “Just like pizza can be delicious with all different combinations of toppings, good leadership works with all different sorts of personalities.”

 

 

 

Your Customers Trust Your Employees Better Than You

Everyone Social: “Every year Edelman puts out a fantastic employee engagement survey on how buyers and consumers perceive leaders, organizations, and content. Because of this topic’s relevance to social selling (and selling in general), I wanted to pull out the most salient bits.”

 

 

 

3 Practical Ways to Help Employees Benefit from Emotion

Bonusly: “The reality is that emotions constantly guide our actions, whether we’re buying an apple, or hiring an executive. These emotions can both help and hinder progress. Since they are always part of the equation, the best strategy isn’t to pretend they don’t exist, but to recognize and leverage them to help provide a better work environment.”

 

 

 

Fellow Agents, what are your thoughts on this intelligence? What do you have to add?  What other sources should be consulted? Make entries in the comments log below.

 

 

Let’s Engage! 

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
Connect via LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/GregoryFSimpson.
Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

Other recent Agent in Engagement data/reports by Agent Gregory F Simpson:

 

 

 

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Employee Engagement Intelligence Briefing: 2017.01.23 – 2017.01.27

I’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement.  Below is the latest intelligence briefing on employee engagement. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest updates.

 

 

“These assets have been declassified and should be distributed to fellow “Agents” for review.”

 

 

 

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An ‘Employee Value Proposition’ Mindset Just Might Fix Employee Engagement

Forbes: “Perhaps because a tight labor market is making it hard to find and keep great workers, employee value proposition appears to be gaining traction again. EVP could be dismissed as just the latest three-letter acronym in the rotation were it not for several key aspects that help a company sharpen its strategy for improving its working relationship with its people.”

 


 

 

 

William Kahn: Q&A With The Founding Father Of Engagement (Part 1)

Halogen Software: “Part 1 of a two-part Q&A between Dr. William Kahn, acknowledged repeatedly for his legacy as the founding father of engagement, and David Zinger in which the original of the term engagement is discussed, personal and employee engagement are differentiated, and how psychological safety is a key variable in engagement.”

 

 

 

4 Key Steps for Creating Employee Engagement

Search Party: “How do you create employee engagement? It’s deceptively simple. 1. Define engagement; 2.Design your approach; make sure it is multi-tiered; 3.Find a qualified partner/vendor; and, 4. Act.”

 

 

 

Tuning up culture: How diversity, inclusion and engagement help your company shift gears

HR Dive: “Making use of [Voice of the Employee] and laying the foundation for a motivated, turbocharged culture today, before any organizational change, is key to driving both individual and corporate performance to higher levels.”

 

 

 

Employee engagement: The French way

Management Today (UK): “Across the channel, however, the whiff of revolution is in the air. Organisations as diverse as Michelin, Airbus, Decathlon and the Belgian Ministry of Social Security are rising up in a movement known as ‘corporate liberation’. The gist is simple: take power away from micromanaging bosses, and give the workers freedom.”

 

 

 

Employee Engagement Weekly: Making Employee Engagement a Priority

Allen Communication: “Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at how you can make employee engagement a priority, and why you should do so.”

 

 

 

The Proven Links Between Retention and Employee Experience

Globoforce: “This post is the first in a series on findings from the new SHRM/Globoforce Employee Recognition Survey (sent to nearly 800 HR professionals). The first finding is: The top three workforce management challenges faced by organizations today are retention/turnover, engagement, and recruitment.”

 

 

 

9 signs that your employees are disengaged

OfficeVibe: “Disengagement is a symptom of a larger problem, and it’s your job as a manager to get to the root of it.”

 

 

 

3 Things That Motivate Employees More Than Money

Halogen Software: “So how do we tap into what gets people motivated? According to research by Daniel H. Pink, there are three types of effective motivators that we can consider: autonomy, mastery, and purpose. Not all three apply to everyone, but they are all worth considering when getting your workforce motivated.”

 

 

 

How To Improve Employee Engagement in the Workplace [#Infographic]

Take It Personelly: “This employee engagement guide from Company Folders will show you why employees are disconnecting—and how you can help them.”

 

 

 

Fellow Agents, what are your thoughts on this intelligence? What do you have to add?  What other sources should be consulted? Make entries in the comments log below.

 

 

Let’s Engage! 

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
Connect via LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/GregoryFSimpson.
Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

Other recent Agent in Engagement data/reports by Agent Gregory F Simpson:

 

 

 

 

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