Kevin Kruse: Satisfaction Equals Profits


Want to lose weight? Be fully engaged at work.

Want to live longer? Be fully engaged at work.

Want a better marriage? Be fully engaged at work.

Want to be a better parent? Be fully engaged at work.

Want to achieve inner happiness? Be fully engaged at work.



So says Kevin Kruse, serial entrepreneur and expert on leadership, employee engagement, and business excellence. Kruse speaks at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s February Business Before Business Breakfast on Wednesday, February 15, at 7:30 a.m. His talk is titled, “Re: Engage! How Leaders Gain Emotional Commitment through Growth, Recognition, and Trust.” Cost $25 or $40 for non-members. 

“Employee satisfaction is at an all-time low,” says Kruse, expert on leadership, employee engagement, and business excellence. “This is a crisis for business because it hurts profits and stock prices. It’s a crisis for individuals because it impacts their health and relationships.”


Everyone who attends will get a free copy of “We: How to Increase Performance and Profits through Full Engagement,” a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller that Kruse co-wrote with Raymond Karsan, head of Kenexa, a cojmpany that conducts employee engagement nad opinion surveys. 

Kruse started his first company — a computer game software developer — after graduating from Rutgers. He then started a human resources firm, which he sold to Kenexa.http://www.kenexa.com/welcome He left Kenexa in 2003 to start Axiom, a medical education provider, which he sold to Axis Healthcare. Now one of his firms, Kru Research, stages an annual e-health conference in Philadelphia,  ePatient Connections. To continue 

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PS I’ve seen Kevin speak at his ePatient Connections conferences, and he’s a terrific speaker…

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