Of the many obstacles to improving employee engagement in an organization, creating buy-in for employee engagement surveys and respective change initiatives is perhaps one of the most challenging — and the most prolific. Are senior executives actually indifferent about employee engagement? Are managers too close-minded to realize the positive effects of engagement? Are employees too needy or too hard-to-please?
We want a seat at the table? We want to add value? We want to positively influence the success of the business? OK, then let’s stop giving away one of our best tools – the art and science of performance improvement! No, not performance management, where managers spend as little time as possible each year providing feedback to employees that is as bland as possible.
It’s Tuesday, and you wake up feeling a little under the weather. Or, today is that workshop you enrolled in. Or, today your new refrigerator is being delivered … sometime between 8 am and 4 pm. Whatever the reason, you’re not coming into work today. And when your employees heard the news, they popped their heads over their cubes, gave each other a “high five,” and began grinning ear to ear.
Hello. My name is Tim Sackett, and I’m a hugger. Being a hugger can make for some awkward moments. What if the other person isn’t expecting a hug, or doesn’t want to hug, and you’re coming in arms-wide-open!? Fast Company had an article recently titled To Hug Or Not To Hug At Work?, that delved into this subject. Here’s a piece from the article:
Strategy is one of my passions. I’m fortunate that helping clients formulate strategy is also my job. Indeed, my title is Vice President, Client Strategy and Consulting. I greatly enjoy my work helping organizations of all stripes develop a strategy for proactive management of their company culture. Yet, I also believe that everyone is (or should be) strategist in their organization.
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A jury verdict earlier this month to mentally disabled workers who were abused and forced to live in a “house of horrors” has been drastically slashed after trial....By: Lawyers.com