Employee Engagement

What’s the Best Way to Reduce Turnover?

Posted by on Mar 15, 2008

In separate surveys, Manchester Partners International and Wall Street Journal conclude the top methods of employee retention to be: Better compensation and benefits! Check out 7 other factors that will keep employees from leaving.

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Going back to Google for a moment…

Posted by on Nov 30, 2007

How does your corporation describe its culture and philosophy? Here's a great example that succinctly provides a clear idea of who Google is!

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How to Lead High-Flyers

Posted by on Nov 15, 2007

You may have a chance to lead leaders. But how do you nurture women and men with smarts, huge ambition and tendencies toward irreverence? Here are insights from the article: How to Lead Leaders by Saj-nicole Joni.

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Nine Best Practices for Gen Y

Posted by on Jul 31, 2007

Companies sensitive to the needs of Millennials have a distinct advantage and opportunity to capture their contributions in this increasingly competitive marketplace. How can leaders attract the best among Gen-Y and integrate them into the workforce? Consider these 9 best practices to acquire and retain the new talent you need to accomplish key business objectives into the future.

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Can Innovation and Creativity Be Learned?

Posted by on Jun 15, 2007

How is your organization helping your people to develop skills in creativity and innovation critical for business success? Creative, innovative results can be achieved if people are prepared in advance. Build these 6 guidelines into your brainstorming session to get people "out of the box" to increase your likelihood for success.

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Shifts in American society & associated workforce implications

Posted by on May 31, 2007

Sociologist Douglas Besharov suggests that we are moving towards a much more individualistic society. Children are becoming more isolated with a growing number of families where both parents are working, fewer siblings, fewer cousins, fewer aunts and uncles.

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An Equal Pat on the Back

Posted by on May 15, 2007

Are your salespersons the only ones whose efforts are noticed/ heralded? What about employees who contribute to reducing the company’s operating costs? Recognize and honor people for negotiating great buys!

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Being Clever vs. Being Wise

Posted by on Apr 10, 2007

Do you focus more on your answers or your questions as a leader? Coach your team to be situationally wiser (as opposed to being clever) with this simple practice.

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What’s Behind Your Successful Organizational Change Efforts: Your Customers’ Needs or Your Smarty Pants Insights?

Posted by on Jul 15, 2001

A system enhancement, regulatory requirement, M&A are often the obvious faces of organizational change. Yet the root cause of most successful organizational change is: Customer needs. Ask these 3 questions to ensure that your customers’ wants and needs are driving the root of your great ideas.

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