Employees that consistently give additional discretionary effort to their tasks can propel performance forward. It all begins with the right recognition and employee engagement strategy that will keep employees invested in their work and loyal to their organization. Learn how enabling and training your employees prepares them to take on new challenges, and recognize how to identify and address low engagement and employee burnout.
Last week I heard that Harrison Ford had recently been treated in hospital after being injured on the set of the latest Star Wars film. The story I had from a colleague was that the door of the Millennium Falcon had shut on his foot, crushing it to pieces. In reality it turns out that a garage door came down on his ankle a bit too hard. Whichever way it happened, it’s fair to say it was not a good week for the Star Wars actor. But what really caught my attention was the news that Mr Ford is now 71 years old. How did that happen? One minute he’s outrunning imperial storm troopers and the next he’s into his eighth decade.
Well, I guess it happens to us all. Based on figures from the Office for National Statistics, the number of people aged over 60 is expected to increase by 13% over the next 6 years. With many of the ‘baby boomers’ already in their 60’s, most of the growth in the older population will come from the over 65’s. Within 20 years, nearly a quarter of the population will be aged 65 or over.Read more
Defining your company’s corporate values can seem like a daunting task given its importance in setting your corporate culture. After all, your culture determines how your employees will achieve all those lofty goals you made. While it isn’t an exercise to be taken lightly, it doesn’t need to be weighed down in process. Follow these 3 steps to uncover your values while fully engaging your team.Read more