Making a profit in today’s business climate is notoriously difficult. Organizations must navigate multiple challenges, including increased government regulations, stricter budgets, and keeping up with rapidly changing technologies - all ...Read more
In a perfect world, every employee is committed to your organization’s goals, is ready to go above and beyond in daily activities, and actively collaborates with other team members. Yet when it comes to employee engagement, ...Read more
Interpreting what employee survey results mean is critical to driving the right actions for improvement. Yet, it may not always be obvious where an organization’s strengths and weaknesses lie. Understandably, organizations ...Read more
Explore how building a culture of engagement can lead to improved corporate performance through the best keynote presentations from this year's HCI Employee Engagement Conference.
Discover the tools and perspective you’ll need to institute a more sustainable approach to workforce planning.
Leadership begins when you are able to lead from within. Once an individual allows inward fulfillment to be outwardly observed others will follow. Listen to retired Starbucks President, Howard Behar, as he shares lessons from his latest book, ...Read more
Today’s executives don’t hold HR in very high esteem: according to Deloitte, “42 percent of business leaders believe their HR teams are underperforming or just getting by, compared to the 27 percent who rate HR as ...Read more
Leveraging econometric analysis of a dataset of approximately 63,000 hired employees spanning approximately 250,000 observations, this report looks not only at the measurable costs of toxic behavior such as sexual harassment, ...Read more
Explore the human-centric and data-driven lessons learned from HCI's Performance Management Innovation Conference.
Who experiences greater levels of stress: you or your boss? When we ask this question while teaching workshops on leadership, nearly all the bosses in the room respond that they are the ones under greater stress. They’re wrong. Hard data makes it clear that non-leaders experience greater stress, and in many instances it has a negative effect on their performance.