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Employee Engagement - Four Key Questions with Marcus Buckingham

Marcus Buckingham unveils to the Harvard Business Review, the four-key questions to team leaders need to answer quarterly about their team members to ...
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Employee Engagement? What If Employees Don't Want To Be Engaged? - Forbes

Employee Engagement? What If Employees Don't Want To Be Engaged? - Forbes | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
But what if people just don’t want to be engaged?
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H&H - Executive Decision: Inspiring managers about employee engagement

http://handhcomms.co.uk We human beings are a competitive lot, and there's compelling evidence that we get more involved at every level when we're invited to ...
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Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone

Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it

Successful leaders know that they must get out of their comfort zone to succeed. These leaders have spent a lot of time outside their comfort zone.


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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Good graphic yet somewhat simplistic. How much do you rely on your comfort zone for protection?

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James D Johnson's curator insight, July 4, 1:05 PM

In a past life, I had the good fortune to teach people how to ski. People rarely learned anything valuable when they were on terrain that was either too flat or too steep. Real learning took place when the skiers weren't sure of the outcome though its expectation was probably positive. Real progress never happened unless the skiers were willing to take appropriate risks. This holds for leaders as well.

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Comprendre sa zone de confort et au-delà

Vari Hoosman's curator insight, Today, 1:54 PM

It's easy to fall into the trap of believing your living in the Green zone, but in truth your still inside the Blue, but just at the boarder. What I've found is the Boarder is where most people reside.

From time to time they may dip their toes across into the green zone only to quickly pull back as soon as there's any adversity that presents itself.

If you truly want to be, not just successful, but Joyous and Happy at the core, At some point you have to decide you're going to slingshot into the Green Zone and Never Look Back...

http://www.Fail4Word.com

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Does your company have the new thinking required to survive the digital age? - Leading Thought

Does your company have the new thinking required to survive the digital age? - Leading Thought | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
To survive the digital age companies will need to adopt Open Random Supportive thinking. Thomas Power tells us what it is and why companies need to change.
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Excellent interview with Thomas Power on the subject of change in the digital age. I believe we need engage in discussion of this very important topic, #ORS.

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How To Become The Smartest Person In The Room

How To Become The Smartest Person In The Room | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Here are ways to both appear smarter and actually up your IQ.
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Excellent insights worth reading.

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Employee Engagement Depends on What Happens Outside of the Office

Employee Engagement Depends on What Happens Outside of the Office | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
So stop only considering 9-5.
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Some interesting insights on a vital component of employee engagement that is often over looked. Worth the read.

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Who should be in charge of employee engagement? - Human Resources Online

Who should be in charge of employee engagement? - Human Resources Online | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Many firms don’t know how to tackle the problem of engagement, and can't decide if HR, management or staff should lead these initiatives.
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Valid question in what seems to be a never ending saga. The reality is that everyone has a part in making engagement successful and sustainable.

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5 Manager Mistakes That Can Kill Employee Engagement

5 Manager Mistakes That Can Kill Employee Engagement | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
It may be time to admit, “It’s not you, it’s me,” to your disengaged employees if you find the following behaviors present among your managers.
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Worth reading if you want to engage your people on a regular basis.

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Leveraging the Manager-Employee Relationship to Drive Employee Engagement

Leveraging the Manager-Employee Relationship to Drive Employee Engagement | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
It is well recognized that driving employee engagement throughout the organization is a critical task for organizational and human resources leaders.
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Some interesting insights regarding employee engagement.

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Target CEO's Walmart Past May Shape Post-Layoff Management

Target CEO's Walmart Past May Shape Post-Layoff Management | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Target stock closed down slightly a day after the company announced several thousand employees at its Minneapolis headquarters would be losing their jobs. It's part of a restructuring plan that the CEO is promising will change how you shop at their stores.
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Will Target become an innovation leader once again? Target was started with some very bold ideas that have become lost over the years. May be time to resurrect that attitude.

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The answer to disengaged employees is diversity and inclusion

The answer to disengaged employees is diversity and inclusion | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Roundpegg, the culture management company, recently released the results of a study on the relationship between diversity and inclusion on engagement, working with Nike.
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Barriers to Employee Engagement - Upsize Magazine

Barriers to Employee Engagement - Upsize Magazine | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Common barriers to employee engagement for Human Resources Professionals.
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I love the insights in this article!
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Employee engagement reaches three-year high | News | Employee Benefits

Employee engagement reaches three-year high | News | Employee Benefits | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
CIPD research: It rose from 35% in 2013, to 39% this year.
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Interesting data from the UK. What are your thoughts?

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Can Maslow’s hierarchy of needs help you understand employee engagement?

Can Maslow’s hierarchy of needs help you understand employee engagement? | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
A large part of any manager’s role involves employee engagement; because we know, that the higher the engagement levels, the more positively they impact the organization.
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Excellent overview for applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to employee engagement. Clever. What do you think?

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We Need More Stories About Values Based Leadership - Huffington Post (blog)

We Need More Stories About Values Based Leadership - Huffington Post (blog) | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Our society's future is dependent on inspiring and sustaining values-based leaders in our work places as well as within the structures of power that govern our country and the rest of the world.

Via Richard Andrews
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While I totally agree with this concept we need to define values. Values  drive decisions which drive character so what values should be universal?

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Here and Wow!

Here and Wow! | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
The other day I had an epiphany! I was watching a Matthieu Ricard TED Talk on “The Habits of Happiness” and was struck by his equating happiness with well-being. I suddenly realised that happiness is not an elusive emotional sense...
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Another interesting article from my friend Bay Jordan. What do you think? Can Well-Being drive better engagement?

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What lean philosophy teaches us about employee engagement and the customer value chain

What lean philosophy teaches us about employee engagement and the customer value chain | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Who is the customer, really?

Via Alexis Assimacopoulos
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Some great insights but it is just another iteration of the message we have been proposing for at least the last decade. Why do we continue to say employee engagement is critical but then fail to create the environment that can make it happen?

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Why is 2015 the Year of the Employee for customer-centric organisations? | MyCustomer

Why is 2015 the Year of the Employee for customer-centric organisations? | MyCustomer | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Why are CX leaders calling 2015 the Year of the Employee?
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Some excellent insights on the correlation of employee engagement and customer satisfaction. I have always tied to two together but some have not.

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Innovation Excellence | Innovation and Organizational Culture

Innovation Excellence | Innovation and Organizational Culture | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
According to BCG’s research, successfully innovating companies approach innovation as a system. The system is rooted in experimentation, and, like all adaptive systems, it evolves over time as the external environment and internal needs change.
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Excellent article on Innovation and Culture. Some great nuggets are buried in this document.

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The Employee Engagement Elephant

The Employee Engagement Elephant | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Employee engagement is a much talked about subject. The 2014 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey suggests 78% of business leaders rate retention an
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I totally agree that this is the biggest roadblock for most businesses. Nothing new but needs some revolutionary thoughts and actions.

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Are you prepared for the leadership gap?

Are you prepared for the leadership gap? | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Fewer employees are aspiring to C-level roles, preferring to use their leadership skills to make a direct impact on their organizations and colleagues from their current positions. What does that mean for the future of your business?
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Very enlightening article on leadership. Are you waiting for the storm to start? Well, it already has and your company may be in danger of not being able to fill senior positions.

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Millennial workforce driving digital workforce management solutions - Fast Casual

Millennial workforce driving digital workforce management solutions - Fast Casual | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
Managing your restaurant digitally has plenty of advantages and with the rapidly changing workforce, it may even soon be necessary.
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Food for thought, no pun intended.

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"Chief Engagement Officer:” The Role of CEOs in Internal Communication - Institute for Public Relations

"Chief Engagement Officer:” The Role of CEOs in Internal Communication - Institute for Public Relations | Employee Mgmt | Scoop.it
In a recent interview with McKinsey & Company in April 2014, Richard Edelman used the term “chief engagement officer” to describe a Chief Executive Off ("Chief Engagement Officer:” The Role of CEOs in Internal Communication @jmoyeripr
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CEO's need to accept this role.
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