Instead of trying to improve your organization by restructuring, leaders need to focus on creating clarity and alignment across the leadership team and the rest of the business.
Employee engagement is challenging and like most things, getting started is the hardest part. Bruce Temkin helps guide you through the process so you can tackle employee engagement head on!
Most organizations risk creating the metaphorical 'tree house' by failing to care and nourish the roots of their people. Focusing on nurturing rather than clean up is the preferable approach to growing your company.
Leaders are so focused on their piece of the puzzle, they miss the big picture. Harness talent into integrated and simplified priorities for their organization.
Whether your company’s vision is posted on a wall or embedded in your operations comes down to a question of balance. Here’s the question you need to answer!
People want to go on a meaningful journey. There is more drama and adventure in companies than on a reality show, but it’s paved over by sterilized PowerPoints. How will you turn your strategy into an adventure story?
While the “Art of Engagement” is a business book, it explains how connecting and engaging people naturally occurs when tapping into the elements we all share as human beings.
There is immense power in our organizations. That power is in the people who come into work, do their jobs, and go home. Let’s educate them. Engage them. Involve them.
Getting an employee engaged and excited about his work is a lot like being a construction worker on Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Both will want to make sure they did everything in their power to achieve the best result for the 'client'.
Everyone knows there are many obstacles when doing anything (especially if IT is involved), but dealing with them head on always has the best outcome.
Feeling connected is a funny thing. Sometimes it feels out of reach, others times it's as simple as setting down your drink.