Bob Lavigna brings more than 30 years of experience in workforce management to the pages of his new book, "Engaging Government Employees."
Global Employee Engagement
Discussions of any global employee engagement entries.
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This story begins when Hyatt Hotels & Resorts took over and rebranded ("reflagged") an existing hotel in Mexico City.
There are some great nuggets in this brief article worth digesting. Should be a good indicator for any acquisition events.
Power-based organizations will experience an exodus of top-talent. Meanwhile, servant leadership companies experience a sustainable model of success.
While I agree with this assessment I know that some will disagree. In the long term I believe the benefit goes to the Servant Leader for both growth and innovation.
Culture is a hot topic. It was the Merriam-Webster “word of the year” for 2014.
Some excellent thoughts around the subject of workplace culture at the expense of climate or the reverse. Both are important.
As the top challenge for 2015, a report put out by the Conference Board notes CEOs view human capital in all its forms—from dynamic leadership to a skilled workforce cadre—as the primary fuel that will drive the engines of growth within their...
Some very thought provoking questions for leaders regarding the growth of future leaders
Read these 15 important employee engagement statistics you need to know in order to set up your organization for success.
Some excellent stats but you have to sort out how they apply to your situation. Worth reviewing.
- Administrators, teachers, students and parents call for more emphasis on collaboration skills and...
I have been discussing this with high schools and community colleges for 2 years and based on this survey they all want soft skills taught. Why then are they so slow in providing access to those type of classes. I even developed a intro curriculum which no one would even read.
As business grow it can get harder and harder for management to have a sense of how employees are really
some great insights from Officevibe. Definitely worth considering for future growth.
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5 personal employee engagement wins infographic. We know that companies benefit from engaged employees, but how can we benefit personally from employee engagement?
Ever wonder what the benefits are of having engaged employees? Check out this infographic. By the way they all affect your bottom line and future business.
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Where do you land on the Employee Engagement Spectrum. View this infographic and learn where you and your employees land on the employee engagement spectrum
Excellent infographic from Decisionwise. Well worth reviewing and digesting for your business.
Write every day in a journal and become better leader. Try it and find yourself making better decisions with more clarity than ever.
I whole-hardheartedly support this process. It really does make you a better leader and person when done regularly.
Leadership can do more harm than good if it effectively reinforces conventional thinking, when in fact the whole culture needs to be redesigned.
Excellent insights from a relatively small sample. Not sure I would be the farm on them but I would definitely take them under advisement.
Professional services firm Deloitte’s newly published ‘Global Human Capital Trends 2015’ study finds that lack of employee engagement is the top challenge for nine out of ten HR and business leaders.
May be a top global issue but few companies are really making strides in changing the culture to reverse the trend.
Employees. You’re going to have to face them sooner or later if you’re trying to build a customer-centric culture. How do you get them in line? How do you get them to deliver on your promise? How…
Some interesting ideas for engagement. Good insights also.
Large-scale study finds one gender is more likely to be all about "me, me, me"
Interesting data but not surprising. More of a confirmation. Short read with some good links for more research.
Our prefrontal cortex allows our judgment to override primitive instincts that no longer serve us. These lessons from brain science can increase your leadership effectiveness.
As we continue to learn more about the brain, the emotions are going to have to come to grips with a number of conflicts and assumptions that may be long held. This is maturing.
The FINANCIAL -- Lack of employee engagement is the top issue currently facing 87 percent of HR and business leaders (up from 79 percent last year), a...
Some great insights that need to be addressed by HR quickly.
For any organization to be successful, it has to continually innovate and evolve. This is one of the great business lessons that have withstood the test of time. In his book, True Alignment: …
There is a good lesson here if people are willing to embrace it.
Get inspired with these nine (lesser known) leadership quotes.
Good quotes can be idea triggers.
What millennials want most from their managers isn’t more managerial direction, per se, but more help with their own personal development.
What do you offer in terms of coaching? Do you know how to coach well? Would be worth bringing it a coach to learn the process correctly.
In recent years, scientists in a variety of fields have begun investigating the conditions that allow people to work more successfully.
A look at the research calls some popular assumptions into question.
It is not about relativity; it’s about relationships. When you recognise this more people-centric approach and build your business model around it, you will witness the transformation it creates and bask in the success it brings – success that is sustainable.
Excellent article from my friend Bay Jordan. For those looking for a formula this makes some great sense.
The new world of work presents organizations with challenges that require a new playbook—one that makes HR more agile, forward thinking, and bolder in…
Your thoughts? Interesting insights from Deloitte.
How can CEO’s develop the best human capital strategies? What key human capital trends in 2015 are going to impact your organizations growth opportunities?
Some great insights from my friend Tripp Braden on Human Capital. Well worth the read.
Interesting POV. What do you think?