Thank Different. Employee engagement is a key element to any successful business. In today’s knowledge economy, your most valuable assets are your people. All organizations need to have a strategy to engage & align their team to achieve their business goals. In a highly competitive world - the ability to retain, attract & engage your staff can be the difference between success & failure. Kudos is a corporate social network with a peer-to-peer recognition system designed to engage your teams with enhanced communication, collaboration, appreciation & recognition.
This is the time of year when our thoughts turn to those who have helped, worked hard, been thoughtful and considerate, stepped aside so others could succeed, were loyal and committed, motivated and so on. Any sincere supervisor would feel compelled...
It all starts with CARE. Communicate, Appreciate, Respect, Encourage. This is for everyone. Not just CEO’s and management. All employees. Communicate. Don’t hesitate. Reach out your hand. Introduce yourself.
Dreams and goals are something that we as adults can become cynical about, especially as life flows past with its relentless activity, tasks and mundane-ness as we sucumb to the daily grind. We don’t take the time out to do what is important but not urgent, such as making time to plan, set goals, become clear in your priorities and determine what is really important to you and your life.
So you're at the top of the ladder, eh? Here's how to make sure you are not just producing results, but that you are also trusted to lead.You started modestly in your career and have made it to the management team--congrats.
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.
While people expect fair pay for their services, we all know that money isn't king. Nevertheless, when it comes to business we all too often act as if it were. We think purely in terms of salaries, bonuses, and people's positions on the org chart.
If Wes Anderson ever conjures up a hipster mad scientist, he'll look a lot like Aaron Levie, the cofounder and CEO of an Internet company called Box. Levie's a mess of jangly nerves, topped by a wild mop of hair that he frets as he talks.