Create simplicity from chaos. The 'connected culture' of an organization is the point at which chaos meets order coupled by an infinite and unobstructed flow of corporate commonality.
Via Holly MacDonald, David Hain, Richard Andrews
If you feel underused and undervalued, you may be tempted to hold your organization accountable--but you are the one who can (and needs to) do something about it. Here are six tools to re-igniting your engagement and passion for work.
Yes, I recently wrote the 7 deadly sins of entrepreneurship.This is the same construct but instead on the topic of leadership. Hey, don't judge me; if Hollywood can take a good concept and reuse it with a different angle, so can I.
Via Richard Andrews, Charney Coaching & Consulting
Engagement is not just a buzzword in corporate world alone, it’s everywhere; engage your customers in the business world, readers and viewers in the media world.
Engaging a community has become far more obvious with the emergence of social media tools like Facebook and twitter and with people effectively utilizing it. People are connected with a click of a button however distant they might be.
But why are we not able to connect or engage our own employees who we interact with everyday?
Angela Baron, research adviser at the CIPD, said: "While we definitely encourage organisations to measure engagement, it's not enough for organisations to focus on increasing their engagement scores without considering what type and locus of engagement is being measured."