Global Employee Engagement
Discussions of any global employee engagement entries.
Curated by Ron McIntyre
Interesting POV. What do you think?
Is there a difference between mission statements and manifestos? Yes and no. Their intentions may be the same but that’s where the similarity ends. In practice, the outcomes of mission statements and manifestos are miles apart. Though manifestos and missions are crafted to bring people together behind a cause, manifesto’s have a much better track […]
Interesting POV, what do you think? Mission statement or Manifesto! Personally I like the manifesto route but you must be honest, transparent and authentic for it to work.
It's time to get serious about creating global rules and standards to protect individual privacy and rights, or else ultra-connectivity may be our downfall.
Interesting food for thought. What you you think?
Have you ever taken the time to think about what having an open mind really means? How important it is to you? What mindsets, values and actions make you feel you are living your life with an open mind?
Some interesting insights on Open-minded Leadership you might find useful. I did.
What Obamacare gave, the Supreme Court could take away. The Supreme Court next Wednesday hears a case that could end Obamacare subsidies in 34 states that use HealthCare.gov. If the justices rule that the subsidies are illegal through the federal exchange, they would largely unravel President Barack Obama’s health care law, which has helped...
This is turning into a nightmare for every American. Neither party has a plan that will work. So people will suffer.
Welcome to Trust-Building Thursday, a new series on The People Equation. Each month, we’ll explore trust in the workplace and offer practical tips for building trust with your boss, colleagues, pee...
Some interesting insights from Jennifer. What do you think? Do these characteristics occur in your company or is it just the reverse?
The new rules end a 20-year bipartisan agreement on light regulation of the Internet, Republicans say.
Interesting move. This has been in the press for quite some time and with the passage today I am not sure that it will see the light of practice due to possible legal battles.
Study reveals what millennials really want, the most-coveted employee benefits, how to steer clear of the leadership cliff, and more
Interesting insights from SAP regarding HR and the workforce of 2020. Since this is only 5 years in the future there should be little gap but there are huge gaps between HR/Leadership/Employees - regardless of status.
Have you ever faced something so overwhelming that it feels insurmountable? Sheri provides some tips on how to take it a step at a time.
Excellent list worth reviewing, but I especially like number 2.
Pay attention to the world around you! While you were staring at your smartphone, some cool stuff was happening.
Some enlightening thoughts worth reviewing. Can you add more to the list? There are many more we miss with all senses not just sight.
Leadership is a journey. It brings us to the highest heights and the lowest lows. During the journey, it’s easy to lose track of why we’re leading. That’s why every leader needs to ask himself the question: Why am I leading? Why Ask Yourself? Leadership can pull us in so many directions. One day you’re …
Great question for existing leaders but also for those that want to lead in the future. Same question applies in either situation.
The thing that irritates you about others is the thing you’re trying to change about them. “I’ve tried everything,” means you can't figure out how to change someone. The more you “try everything,” ...
Thanks Dan, this is provides some great insights and worth anyone wanting to lead in the 21st century.
Employee motivation isn’t very hard to get right, but, unfortunately, many companies are still stuck in the past. Find out what truly motivates employees.
Excellent infographic on employee motivation. Well worth reviewing and enacting.
You probably know that when new hires fail, 89% of the time it’s for attitude. Skills are important, but skills are comparatively easy to assess. Assessing attitude and whether someone truly fits your unique culture, that’s a different story. And that’s why recruiting for attitude is one of the biggest [...]
some great insights into hiring for attitude, which I believe is the best way to go in most position hires.
The journey to digital business is the key theme of Gartner, Inc.'s
Interesting data from Gartner from 2014. Not sure I agree with all of it but it does show some trends worth watching. For example, I don't believe voice recognition is at the plateau of productivity yet.
Players' top complaints and why in-app messaging can make all the difference.
Interesting observations that you can apply to other industries. Even the complaints can be aligned.
A new ranking looks at three factors that go into making a city successful: people, planet, and profit.
What do you think? Is this a viable way to measure opportunity and sustainability? I believe there is a lot o merit to the exercise. First US city to show up is Chicago at 19th. Not encouraging. Lot of work to be done.
To create the kind of strategic alignment that ensures your strategy is executed you have to build effective relationships. That starts with a clear understanding of what the individual wants, and melding that with the organisational needs. This is core but is about so much more than just employee engagement.
I agree with Bay on this topic. Thanks for sharing. While the picture makes it seem simple, making it part of your company DNA is not. It requires a lot of effort, trust and transparency.
Some great insights in this article for leaders. The key is learning to focus on long term while managing the short term. Today, many businesses are so focused on short term that they have lost sight of vision, mission and in some cases values in the process.
Business has been and always will be built on the back of relationships. It’s the water that gives life to an eco system. Without relationships, business becomes a solo endeavor. And, therefore, it fails to generate the value its owners and emp [...]
Some great suggestions from Shawn Murphy regarding Mutually Beneficial Relationships. This is how Relationship Capital can be built internally. Please take this to heart.
Interesting to see this point of view from two employees. It seems that Zuck does have an excellent reputation but also a man of commitment.
Employees crave acknowledgement and appreciation. Use these two words to boost your employee engagement.
Totally agree with the sentiment of this article but it is much more difficult for that thank you to be genuine and authentic. This must be part of the company DNA.
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Read more: https://blog.weekdone.com/conquer-the-tipping-point-in-employee-engagement/ The way a lot of employees are working is just not working anymore. Empl…
I agree with the idea of this set of slides, it does require some H2H interaction which many are reluctant to do today. Your thoughts?