successful managers

This is How Successful Managers Are Keeping Their Employees Happy

If put on the spot, I bet anyone could name a manager who inspired or encouraged them. Would your team recognize you as one of their most successful managers? Successful managers motivate employees while also creating a stable, enjoyable working environment. With managers increasingly considering employee engagement, why is the number of engaged employees still so low?
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employee experience

Don’t Let the Boss’s Eccentricities Drive the Employee Experience

It goes without saying that an organization’s employee experience is heavily influenced by a founder and those key individuals who are at the organization’s helm. From a cultural perspective, it’s natural to adapt workplace customs to meet the needs (but mostly demands) of those who were, or are, driving the organization towards success. An organization’s customs and values, however, need to be intentional rather than reactive. Here are a few amusing stories to help illustrate how crazy life can be when the boss’s eccentricities dominate the Employee Experience.
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cultural health

Time for a check-up? Assessing Cultural Health [Video]

Here’s Chris’ second Culture Leadership Charge video episode exclusively for Switch and Shift viewers. In these crisp, concise segments, Chris outlines proven practices for creating a purposeful, positive, productive work culture. In this episode, Chris describes five levels of organizational cultural health as detailed in his Amazon best-selling book, The Culture Engine. From worst to best, those […] Read moreRead More»

employees happy

New Year’s Resolution: Keeping Your Employees Happy

Dedicated and driven employees are a great asset to any business. Without staff, your business wouldn’t function and you’d struggle to manage daily operations single-handedly. To ensure your business maintains high levels of efficiency and productivity, you must do everything you can to ensure your employees feel engaged and appreciated for their hard work. In other words, you need to keep your employees happy…. Read More»

employee experience

Five Influences Trump Will Have on the Employee Experience

Whether you love him or hate him, one thing is for sure with a Trump Presidency: change will happen. Over the past few years, we have proclaimed that we have entered the “Age of the Employee.” Employees have more power and options than ever before. It may be that the Trump Administration will implement efforts to turn the tide in favor of the employer…. Read More»

longtime employees

How to Prepare for Difficult Conversations with Longtime Employees

You and your longtime employees have gone through a lot together. You’ve developed a special bond as the company evolved, and you might even hang out together on the weekends. What if one of these individuals began underperforming or acting dishonestly? Would you feel uncomfortable confronting him or her about it? As evidenced by Wells Fargo’s recent scandal, company leaders of all types struggle to address this scenario. In fact, more than one-third of managers admit to shrinking away from giving direct feedback to employees when they anticipate a negative reaction. … Read More»

future leaders

Practical Tips to Raise Up and Inspire Future Leaders – Part One

If you Google any derivative of “raising up leaders,” you will discover the first several pages of search results are from faith-based organizations, not business publications. If business rises and falls on the shoulders of its leaders, shouldn’t the business world be just as concerned about developing future leaders?… Read More»

new hires

6 Ways Managers Can Engage and Retain New Hires

Starting a job is an exciting and scary moment for new hires. The first 90 days of employment are a critical time when they develop lasting opinions about their workplace that will affect their future performance. When handled well, the onboarding experience sets up an employee for success that will pay strong dividends to the company…. Read More»

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