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It is a privilege when we are asked to come into an organisation to help deliver change or get employees engaged with a company’s set of messages. As survey providers we don’t implement change, instead we act as ‘investigators’, carefully unearthing the main drivers to get staff on-board and understanding the hurdles companies face to deliver change.
2012 Corporate Responsibility Report Released NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Employee Engagement: Intel links a portion of every employee's compensation to sustainability goals, focusing on carbon emission reductions in 2012 and waste recycling in...
Something that I think about a lot these days is the notion of being “impactful.” Entrepreneurs often get caught up on making the most amount of money, figuring out how to squeeze out additional margin, or improving operative leverage.
Gaining trust in any relationship is always difficult. But, forgive me if I sound a little trite, surely the key to building trust with your staff is simple, once you have the basics right, you need to put your trust in your staff.
“All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust.” ― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan
Let’s put aside all the chatter about Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In, including the obligatory mentions of the obvious differences in circumstance between its well-meaning author and most of the working women who stand to benefit from its advice.
Company organizational culture is debated, celebrated and, in some cases, misguided. Companies don’t often connect the dots from the simple ways employees interact with not just customers but also the larger company.