Because the term is hard to define and its meaning differs from one organization to the next, it has become a challenge to set expectations for innovation. And without expectations, innovation can’t be measured…. Read More»
Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council were asked, “How can you help your team recharge and/or reboot?” Here are twelve responses…. Read More»
What does it take to be a really great giver of recognition in the workplace, or anywhere for that matter?… Read More»
In a recent survey by The Economist Executive Education Navigator of more than 4,000 professionals, a sharp divergence emerged between skills that C-Suite executives think they need and those that their employees want them to prioritise. In fact, answers from the two groups were nearly inverse…. Read More»
The world we live in is becoming a world where isolation and lack of human connection is the norm. We don’t know our next door neighbors. Technology means we don’t actually have to talk to or interact with anyone. Our jobs take us far away from friends and family…. Read More»
According to the State of the American Workplace, a 2013 Gallup study, seven out of 10 workers in the US say they aren’t fully engaged at work, meaning they aren’t working to their fullest potential. The resulting loss of productivity can cost companies between $450-$500 billion a year. (Click to tweet this!) Plus, according to research by the Dale Carnegie Institute, 80 percent of employees who aren’t happy with their supervisors claim that they’re disengaged and ultimately, less productive…. Read More»
Employee engagement is an emotional state where we feel passionate, energetic, and committed toward our work. In turn, we fully invest our best selves––our hearts, spirits, minds, and hands––in the work we do.
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You’ve heard that investing in wellness can help reduce healthcare costs — but is that all it can do? What’s the real ROI of employee well-being?
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Executives and hiring managers are all too familiar with the high cost of replacing someone who leaves their company…. Read More»
When there’s something you want to improve about your organization and its workforce, it’s only natural to look to the companies that are doing it right. And, when it comes to employee feedback, that means looking to today’s most highly engaged companies…. Read More»