Employee engagement and employee experience are not rocket science and they are not made effective by tactics or manipulation. As hard as they try, leadership doesn’t get to determine what is or isn’t engaging to the team.
hen that misconception is mixed with a lack of quantitative analysis, it’s wasted resources-pure and simple. When quantitative evidence is not contextually analyzed using qualitative inputs, it completely misses the boat. O. C. Tanner recently released the results of new research on this subject.
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Peabody Award Winner, Fred McFeely Rogers, has been lauded for cinching the $20 million funding for public television. What is less discussed is what it was about his testimony that won the day. Here is what can be learned from this crucial 6-minute speech that gave the committee leader “goosebumps for the first time in two days.”
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It is no longer adequate for leaders to simply know what each team member does. Knowing the assigned tasks and job titles is not enough, especially as it relates to high-performers. Regardless of industry or organizational type the most effective manager understands the why behind the do. Focusing on this connects leadership with key elements […]
Read More THE 5 QUESTIONS THAT CAN LEAD TO A 29% INCREASE IN YOUR BOTTOM LINE
You’re forking through the avalanche of applicants and resumes, narrowed them down to a manageable list of interviewees, and now you are ready to make a hiring decision. Likely, there are multiple highly qualified candidates that will participate in the second interview round. How will you decide? Will the final decision swing on tangible or […]
Read More YOUR CULTURE IS AT RISK IF THIS IS MISSING FROM YOUR RECRUITMENT STRATEGY
Heading a corporation is similar to conducting an orchestra. CEOs have to see the big picture, orchestrate team strengths and weaknesses, and ensure all pieces are in place to facilitate production. Where high-performing teams are concerned, it’s easy to be sidetracked by misconceptions. Here are four secrets to creating a high-performance team.
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It’s stealthy. It is at the core of change-resistance, failed negotiations, departmental infighting, and overall unresolved conflict. Confirmation bias is an insidious destroyer of strategic progress, employee engagement and cultural transformation. It lurks within the minds of everybody from boardroom to break room. Failure to challenge it is keeping us stuck, slow-walking strategic outcomes, and sidelining the culture.
Read More THIS ONE THING IS UNDERMINING YOUR COMPANY’S STRATEGY, CULTURE AND ENGAGEMENT
Few leaders are trained or educated in recognizing symptoms of mental illness. Dealing with the matter while staying within the bounds of civil rights, HIPPA, and employment law is difficult ground to navigate. So, we tend to ignore it. This article presents actionable advice that could keep the organization on the right side of the law, support employees affected by mental illness, and still stay on target with the strategic mission.
Read More Mental Illness in the Workplace: What to do Before its Too Late (Case Study)