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The Three Leadership Actions that Transform - Employee Engagement

The Three Leadership Actions that Transform - Employee Engagement | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
Transformation is exciting. It’s the moment we embrace change – take the leap towards something new. Transformation is also terrifying. What lies in the unknown? What will life be like?

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Simple tips to drive up employee motivation and engagement in 2013

Simple tips to drive up employee motivation and engagement in 2013 | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
Here are few tips on how to motivate employees and drive engagement in 2013.
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Motivation is a personal responsibility.

You can’t control your employees’ motivation.

However, you can provide tools and guidance to help them tap into their personal motivation.

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NeuroEngagement: Using Insights from Brain Science to Heighten Employee Engagement | Leader's Beacon

NeuroEngagement: Using Insights from Brain Science to Heighten Employee Engagement | Leader's Beacon | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
David Sirota’s research suggests that there are three factors that, together, create strong engagement: the employee’s sense of fair treatment, achievement, and camaraderie.

Let’s take a look at these three factors through a neuroscience lens
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Employee Engagement –It’s Not About Them, It’s About You

Employee Engagement –It’s Not About Them, It’s About You | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
The best way to increase employee engagement is to increase leadership engagement. Here are 7 things you can do to increase employee engagement by increasing your own leadership engagement.

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What is employee engagement, anyway? - Ceridian

What is employee engagement, anyway? - Ceridian | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it

Why should you care about employee engagement?

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12 Things Collaborative Leaders Do

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Some of these behaviors could describe any leader. But when you look at them altogether, a pattern emerges that is quite different from traditional leaders.
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5 Reasons Your Top Employee Isn't Happy

5 Reasons Your Top Employee Isn't Happy | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
Not sure why your top performer is unhappy? Check out what the most brilliant (yet difficult) employees hate about company culture.
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8 Things Collaborative Leaders Know

8 Things Collaborative Leaders Know | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
Collaboration is not an option. Driven by the economic crisis and supported by the opportunities of Web 2.0, collaborative leaders know the future is in networked communities.
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Great considerations for collaboration and networking. How do you reach that untapped potential?

 

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Ten Powerful Employee Engagement Lessons

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Here are ten building blocks towards developing a culture of engagement.

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What Is Your Why?

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Many corporate drones go to work for living and then participate in all kinds of interesting, engaging activities where their passions lie outside of work.

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employee engagement | The Knowledge Effect

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Engage for Success is a movement committed to the idea that there is a better way to work; a better way to enable personal growth, organization growth and ultimately growth for Britain by releasing more of the capability and potential of people at work.


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Changing Behavior via @edmuzio

How to advise someone regarding a gap in skills or performance. 

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New Research: How Employee Engagement Hits the Bottom Line

New Research: How Employee Engagement Hits the Bottom Line | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
A new study shows a direct connection between how we feel at work and how we perform.

 

What would contribute most to your being both happier and more productive at work? How about feeling truly taken care of, appreciated, and trusted by your employer?

 

More than 100 studies have affirmed the connection between employee engagement and performance, but the Towers Watson 2012 Global Workforce Study — 32,000 employees across 30 countries — makes the most powerful, bottom line case yet for the connection between how we feel at work and how we perform.

 

This new study concludes that the traditional definition of engagement — the willingness to invest discretionary effort on the job — is no longer sufficient to fuel top performance in a world of relentlessly increasing demand. The problem is that "willing" doesn't guarantee "able."


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True Empowerment Increases Productivity | Business 2 Community

True Empowerment Increases Productivity | Business 2 Community | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
The first step towards empowering your people begins with you. First, you have to exhibit the behaviour that shows your team that you believe in, and are
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Here is an overview of areas to consider 

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MAGIC: The 5 Elements of Employee Engagement | DecisionWise Leadership Intelligence Blog

MAGIC: The 5 Elements of Employee Engagement | DecisionWise Leadership Intelligence Blog | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
Jean-Philippe D'HALLUIN's insight:

So, what do employees need from a job to be engaged? 


Five key employee engagement factors grouped under the acronym “MAGIC”

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5 Ways to Avoid a Workplace Zombie Apocalypse

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Disengagement.  Just the word is enough to strike terror into the heart of any self-respecting HR professional. It is estimated that disengaged employees cost.....

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How to Find Happiness: 7 Timeless Tips from the Last 2500 Years

How to Find Happiness: 7 Timeless Tips from the Last 2500 Years | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it

 

One good way to find a few useful, life-improving and time-tested tips is to look back. To look way back through history. To find ideas that have arisen in minds over and over the last few thousand years. Here are seven such ideas about how you can find happiness. Maybe you´ll find them helpful.

 

1. You choose.

 

How your view yourself and your world are conscious choices and habits. The lens you choose to view everything through determines how you will interpret what is happening. And from your interpretation you act. And all of this becomes your life.

 

You can choose to find happiness in small, everyday things. You can choose to interpret what happens in a positive way. Or in a negative way.

 

And your choices controls much of how much happiness your will find and create in your life.

 

2. Focus on the present, not yesterday or tomorrow.

 

You only have now. And now. And now. Yesterday is a memory and you cannot change it. Tomorrow is just a fantasy in your mind right now. So live more in the now, focus on the present moment and today. Think and worry less about yesterday and tomorrow. Otherwise you might miss a great deal of happiness that is available to you right now.

 

3. Don’t forget to be grateful.

 

One of the simplest and quickest ways to turn a negative and sour mood into a more positive one is to be grateful.

 

A few things you can feel gratitude for are for instance: The sunshine and the weather. Your roof. Your health. A good TV-show, a movie or a song. Your friends, family, co-workers and just about anyone walking down the street.

 

Just try if for a minute and see how it changes how you feel. And it’s a win/win solution. You feel great because you are grateful about your world and the people you are grateful for feel great too because they feel appreciated. So don´t forget about gratitude or you may forget about the happiness that is already in your life.

 

4. Help someone else find happiness.

 

This is certainly one of the most popular ideas I’ve found about happiness. And it might sound clichéd and empty. But it works very well. When you make someone else happy – by, for example, helping them with something – you can sense, see, feel and hear it.

 

And that happy feeling flows back to you. And then, if you’d like, you can boost you own ego by thinking something like: ”Wow, I really made him/her happy!”.

 

And since the Law of Reciprocity is strong there is another upside. People will feel like giving back to you. Or they might feel like helping/sharing it with someone else. And so the two – or more – of you keep spreading the happiness.

 

5. Get rid of a couple of your less valuable desires.

 

If you want less instead of more, more, more then your desires are more likely to be fulfilled. And if you throw away a few of those desires that you may not really want or need that much anyway you’ll probably start to feel less stressed and worried. This is a calmer and better place to be to enjoy your day (tip #2) and to take the time discover the happiness that is already in your life (tip #3).

 

6. Do what you like to do.

 

A pretty obvious one. But it’s still easy to trap yourself into doing what you don’t want to for many, many hours. And seldom do what you really love to do. And I guess this one ties into tip #1. You may not be able to choose to do what you want to do right now. Or for many hours each day or week. But you almost always have a choice to do more of what you really want to do. There is always time. Or time you can free up. You have a choice.

 

7. Or at least do something.

 

One of the best ways to not find happiness is just to hold yourself back and do nothing. Seldom show up. Paralyze yourself through over analysis. It’s not always easy to take action, it can be scary and hard and difficult. But if you don’t take action you’ll be missing out on a lot. Including many moments, people and experiences that can bring you a lot of happiness.

 

Read more : http://goo.gl/Z9r9Q

 

 


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Overcoming the 7 deadly results of meddling by @leadershipfreak

Overcoming the 7 deadly results of meddling  by @leadershipfreak | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it

Build supportive cultures by asking, “How can I help?”

 

Avoid, “Do you need help?”

 

Meddling is not helping !

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4 Powerful Words Employees Need to Hear

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There are lots of ways to make a positive impact on your staff. But the best involves four simple words : "Can you help me ? "

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Employee Engagement: Here’s Why It’s a Worldwide Problem

Employee Engagement: Here’s Why It’s a Worldwide Problem | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
Employee engagement has become one of the top human capital concerns of U.S. companies.
As executives are contending with this issue for their U.S.
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Employee Engagement? Let Them Know You CARE

Employee Engagement? Let Them Know You CARE | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it

It all starts with CARE.

 

Communicate, Appreciate, Respect, Encourage.

 

This is for everyone... Not just CEO’s and management. 

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Engagement: Look How Far We’ve Come

Engagement: Look How Far We’ve Come | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it

Let’s bring back those happy hours – and make them count!

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Four Ways Leaders Ignite Engagement Culture

Four Ways Leaders Ignite Engagement Culture | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it

There are leaders who engage naturally with people, and leaders who are simply uncomfortable with engagement at a human level. The former have an advantage over the latter, clearly. Engaged leaders work with employees; those who shun engagement have employees who work for them, not necessarily with them. It’s a distinction with a difference.


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Cross the Threshold to Employee Engagement

Cross the Threshold to Employee Engagement | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it

I call it the “Threshold Test.” It’s the questions we ask ourselves as we enter our workplace, whatever it might be. As we cross the threshold from off-duty to on-the-clock, we ask ourselves, “How much do I matter here? Is my work respected? Am I growing and learning? Do my ideas make a difference?”


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An Idiot's Guide to Employee Engagement - Forbes

An Idiot's Guide to Employee Engagement - Forbes | "employee engagement enhancement" | Scoop.it
We have decades of research on employee attitudes that clearly establishes the relationship among employee attitudes, beliefs, and behavior. Let me quickly review this research by starting with two common beliefs that are incorrect and then discussing three research findings that should be kept in mind when employee engagement data are interpreted.
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