Build engaged audiences through publishing by curation.
Sign up with Facebook
Sign up with Twitter
I don't have a Facebook or a Twitter account
Start a free trial of Scoop.it Business
Are you sure you want to delete this scoop?
I totally agree
....and so many businesses don't see it this way.
I recently read an article that was describing corporate culture as lunch provided everyday & free beer on Friday. If you take away those superficial connections for an employee - which are merely non cash components of a compensation plan and not a long term contributor to organizational culture - an engaged employee will remain committed to excelling in their role and for the organization.
An unengaged employee will be more impacted by that removal, resulting in connecting with that employee becoming even harder to achieve.
Engagement is multi-layered and more complex than being provided a sandwich so that I can continue to work through what should be a period of refreshment called lunchtime.
To make your company more productive, you're going to need to think harder about how to motivate employees.
Is there a time and a place to get past the awkwardness and just do it? If so, who leads? Who follows? And what to do with that phone in your hand...
Musings at the intersection of employee recognition, company culture, and total rewards.
Interesting observations - need to understand what's the term "engagement" mean
Dissent, it turns out, has a significant value.
RT @hrmagazine February's cover story on how to build trust in organisations http://t.co/hDxUzYrejd http://t.co/Ghg7lLbG7R
People want contentment, love and happiness derived from meaningful work. But with only 24 hours in a day, is it even possible? How can you as a manager, facilitate your employees' happiness and consequently increase your company's success as well as your own?
Collaboration is in. But it may not be conducive to creativity.
Studies show that strategic thinking is the most important element of leadership. But how do you instill the trait in others at your company?
Money isn't always the biggest motivator. Here's a look at what your employees really want.Get the latest blog articles on business ideas and...
Maybe if you let your boss know some of these secrets, things might get better?
Employee engagement 'should be a high priority' Chartered Management Institute Employee engagement should have a higher priority in management training, in order to retain staff and boost productivity, new findings have suggested.
The Four Secrets to Employee Engagement blogs.hbr.org (blog) Why, then, do senior executives who tout the value of employee engagement so often delegate it to the HR department?
The supermarket chain believes in sharing information, and lets its staffers see the salaries of anyone who works there.
What a fascinating example of "a company that has successfully bridged the gap between soft-hearted values and logic-driven business acumen,"
Will it be the ability to thrive amid uncertainty? To handpick talented employees in a remote region of China? Or just to stay awake as you visit three continents in three days?
"...I mean a leadership style that focuses very much on the emotions at work: How do people relate to each other? Is there a positive climate? Are people having fights? Do I as a leader intervene if there are fights?"
Need a business case for employee engagement? But there is no need for an traditional business case for employee engagement - the impact is to obviously
Presentation on how recognition is key for employee engagement.
A growing body of research on the human brain proves that, for better or worse, leaders’ moods affect the emotions of the people around them. The reason for that lies in what scientists call the open
As more companies adopt transparent salary models, the rules of negotiation have turned upside down. In some instances, negotiating a salary is off the table. Social sharing app Buffer posts all employee salaries on its website, along with the formula it uses to arrive there. Since prospective candidates know what to expect in terms of salary,...
I’ve had a lot of unpleasant cab rides, but this one took the cake. Standing in the taxi queue at the airport in San Antonio, my business partner and I realized we had no cash between us and needed a cab that accepted credit cards.
Stop. Are you fully and totally conscious of what you are doing, feeling, sensing, thinking -- right now? Mindfulness has been around for a long time, with the concept traced as far back as the Bud...
Video Resources for Leadership Development, Coaching and Employee Engagement
7.44 minutes to re-shape your employee engagement strategy with clear linkage on bottom line impact..very interesting engagement distribution model.