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You have a new strategy and need employee engagement ideas? Combining metaphors, visualization and discussion enables your strategy to be a success.
Engaging people in your company culture takes more than ping pong and a stocked snack room. A compelling organizational purpose is key to your culture.
Everyone has their way to motivate a team; here’s how we do it at Root. Motivating a team is a rewarding experience that has a lasting impact.
Engaging your employees in the big picture illustrates the need to change and allows them to come to their own conclusions on why change is a must.
Gallup shows that employee engagement has risen 5%. So is employee engagement getting better? Find out if 5% is enough and why you should care about it.
To create employee engagement strategies that last, it takes more than a ping pong table and snacks. Here some people actually care about at work.
Build better employee engagement by creating super super fan employees. Super fan employees are game changers to their organizations.
Let's make 2017 the year where we get beyond the buzzword and start using real words to create a shared meaning among all employees.
Root can help show you the big picture of change so you know how much longer you need to fight.
Millennials. They’re entering the workforce in droves, and they’re not very quiet about it.
All of us can learn from one another if we take the time to open up and listen. Even community leaders, politicians, and CEOs have room to learn a lesson.
DuPont Pioneer leaders wanted to increase employee engagement with better clarity, alignment and focus on the company strategy, its process and growth plans
Perspectives on how to anticipate, understand, and initiate conversations with your people to build engagement and improve performance.
Connecting purpose and meaning at the various levels of the business is something that organizations don’t always do and it has detrimental effects.
What’s the case for storytelling? The mind processes information faster and better when it's in the form of something memorable and cohesive, like a story.
Thinking of engagement as a means to successful strategic change rather than an end in itself,than investing in engagement becomes vital to performance.
Are you tapped into your employees? Are you confident they understand the driving force behind your company? If you can’t answer “yes”,take a closer listen.
At a time where creativity and strategic innovation is falling short and change is a way of life, people are not showing up at work engaged in what they do.
Without effective dialogue, achieving real results can be challenging. But how do you ensure the dialogue in your organization is genuine and meaningful?
Our experience bridging the divide between the “smart” and the “healthy” stuff shows that most companies still outsource the engagement of people to HR.
I would argue employee engagement is owned by the executive team, the same way they are responsible for managing all of the other critical assets.
Think about companies where employees are engaged. Southwest Airlines or Zappos? It’s a totally different customer experience.
Building a sense of belonging to the team of the future for your people is an important proactive art of leadership and engagement.
If you've ever been passed over when teams choose up sides, you know what if feels like not to belong. Read how that plays out in business.
The perennial advice to college grads is “find yourself.” Root CEO Jim Haudan (and others) suggest the real point is to “lose yourself.”
One of the fastest ways to provide a common understanding is through a story or a visual. Film marries both approaches in less time.
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