With the end of the year approaching, it’s time for a review of your business performance in 2012. The following 10 behavioral strategies will ensure a successful year-end and help you plan for the new year.
As a leader have you ever looked into your business to discover where the execution blockages are? There only needs to be one square peg in a round hole for there to be a problem.
Want a boost in team productivity? Do a check of your teams three Es: Energy, Engagement and Exploration.
Where does enthusiasm come from? How can we hire people who are enthusiastic? And, what do we do with people who have lost their enthusiasm?
Harvard Business School Research shows that 92% of companies agree that the practice of internal communication has undergone a lot of change in their organizations.
There is no doubt that money is important. We all need enough money to meet the needs of life and some extra for building a Quality Life and having life experiences. But in todays world people are looking for greater life meaning, and not just more money.
From 2008 to 2010, employee engagement dropped to 56%. This was the largest rate of decline in 15 years, according to Aon Consulting. How can you measure employee engagement within your organization?
For genuine employee engagement to occur there must be an underlying culture that meets and satisfies basic human needs.
Mary Lorenz of CareerBuilder.com recently published an article focusing on management of employees. The ten habits that are pointed out in the article are great and include – Don’t assume people understand your reasoning behind decisions…