MFRTech (press release) Eleven Ways to Create Real Employee Engagement from the Ground Up MFRTech (press release) These days we hear plenty about employee engagement. We know disengaged employees are bad for business.
Joanne Brooks's insight:
Whilist we all know employee engagement is vital to the success of the employee and the business.. how can you achieve this if our employee dont know how much the we aprreciate them.
I have recently had the opportunity to speak to a number of our adults who are about to finish their childhood schooling.
Whilst the prospect of entering university is exciting it is also very scary for our young adults.
They questions are "Is this right choice, I'm overwhelmed with the choice and what if I get it wrong?"
So instead of juming straight into a degree or qualification, why not go out there and experience life, get a job or even work experience in the field you think you would like to do and then decide?
Yes a university pathway can and is a rewarding one, however it is not the only way.
As an employer I like the idea of an applicant who has worked and studied in thier field of choice (and managed to have a life) in lieu of an applicant who has completed full time Uni whilst working at the local cafe.
The alternative pathway of workplace learning whether the learning is done at Uni or by a private RTO is a pathway that has more profound outcomes.
Financial Post Meet Michael Sitrick: The 'fixer' you call when your reputation is on the line Financial Post In the PR world, he is considered part of a handful of top experts in “crisis communications,” the go-to guy when bad stuff happens and...
After hosting dozens of these conversations, I realize one thing: We just don't listen enough to our students. The tradition in education has been not to ask the students what they think or want, but rather for adult educators to design the system and curriculum by themselves, using their "superior" knowledge and experience.
“Failure to me became not trying versus not succeeding” - Sara Blakely “What you don’t know can be your greatest asset” – Sara Blakely Sara Blakely had graduated from college with a communication degree.
Joanne Brooks's insight:
I saw an interview with this amazing lady recentlly.. wow is all I can say!
Getty Scientific research has provided us with a number of ways to get the learning juices flowing, none of which involve paying money for good grades. And most smart teachers know this, even …... [[ This is a content summary only.
Reputation Risk Management -- It's Time to Build Trust and Resilience at the Top Huffington Post These corporate governance issues and crises have sparked a steep rise in reputational risk as trust in business continues a decade-long erosion.
I can relate to this article...Whilst I am the CEO of aT3 Australia and my days are full, I spend many hours outside working hours upskilling myself and learning contantly. This may seem challenging however once you create the consistent habit it is actually easy.
Employee enagagement whilst not easy it vital to any business ... you just have to look at how the benefits outweigh the work... loyalty, enthusiasm, productivity, profitability, motivated... and the list goes on!
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