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Now more than ever before, measuring the engagement of your people has never been so important, but are you truly maximizing your employee survey?
With apologies to William Shakespeare, that truly is THE question. In the realm of leadership, the single most important question to be asked by and answered for potential followers is “what’s in it for me.” To many, this is a selfish perspective and one to be avoided or at least heavily masked. But is such a perspective really selfish?
Recently, Mark Crowley reported on the results of the Gallup organization’s annual employee engagement survey. He painted a humorous, but compelling picture of the results, “… imagine a crew team out on the Potomac River where ...Read more
At the recent Human Capital Leadership Breakfast hosted by Argyle Executive Forum, an all-star panel of human resources professionals across a variety of industries convened to share their experiences with employee recognition programs. In this excerpt, the four panelists share their advice for companies that are considering deploying an employee engagement strategy.
Are your messages getting through? Are employees connected to, committed to, and engaged in delivering your brand promise? Fred Bendana, Senior Client Advisor for Maritz Motivation Solutions will present, “Getting Your House in Order: Four Pillars that Support Internal Brand Development and Employee Engagement.”
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A local manufacturer recently hired me to conduct a train-the-trainer class for its senior operators. At the end of the class, I asked the participants how they could use the new skills we’d practiced. No one answered. I persisted, wanting to know what was holding them back from taking the training world—or at least the manufacturing floor—by storm. Finally they explained that training new operators was a waste of time because they just leave after a few days. Why bother?
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