Employee engagement – whose responsibility is it? Kevin Kruse discusses his new book “Employee Engagement is for Everyone”.
Global Employee Engagement
Discussions of any global employee engagement entries.
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So true, what do you think?
This is an important topic but what are your thoughts?
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Employee engagement is what drives the performance and productivity of your team. This guide will show you how to boost engagement at your company.
Another quick fix for employee engagement, when do we learn there is no silver bullet, only hard work, communications, transparency and integrity.
Another interesting article from Dan. What do you believe?
Interesting discussion of leadership development, what do you think?
I love these questions and would use them any chance I could get.
What do you think?
Do you plan to use mentoring or is it just window dressing in your company?
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Check out these 121 ways to reward employees. Use these incentives to improve employee recognition, retention, and happiness at your company.
Great list of ideas you can use with your employees.
Leadership isn't the same field that it was even a decade ago. Here's a map to the new landscape.
Great article from Lolly however I would venture the number of great leaders is small, given the list. Many leaders don't understand these either.
Ahead of a feature in the next edition of Dialogue, Professor MS Rao argues that his new myth leadership paradigm is an idea whose time has come
I really appreciate this brief article. I covers a lot of territory in a very small space. I also agree with the concepts included.
One-third to one-half of the current crop of CIOs will be gone in 5 to 10 years, says the lead researcher for SIM's annual IT trends survey. Do you fit the profile of the CIO of the future? What's top-of-mind for CIOs right now?
Great article on the CIO role that I believe is an accurate depiction of the situation going forward.
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership -- starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers ...
Simon Sinek provides some excellent points in this TED Talk.
Tanveer Naseer is an award-winning and internationally-acclaimed leadership writer and speaker.
Always love to share Tanveer's blog. He has some great guest bloggers participating and this is one of those.
We know that leadership matters - but what are the personal characteristics that separate the average leader from the great leader? What makes remarkable leaders tick?
Some rather interesting data that is worth reviewing.
Four-star general Stanley McChrystal shares what he learned about leadership over his decades in the military. How can you build a sense of shared purpose among people of many ages and skill sets?
If you have not read his book on teams, I highly recommend it.
We have all changed someone’s life -- usually without even realizing it. In this funny talk, Drew Dudley calls on all of us to celebrate leadership as the everyday act of improving each other’s lives.
Great Ted Talk worth listening to. What do you think?
I do agree with the 7 points, I am just not sure they are new or even true paradoxes. They represent common sense and transparency of of human interaction which is really the core.
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Excellent question but I don't believe the author even tries to answer the question. Similar approach we have with employee engagement.
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.