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It can be easy to get carried away, be distracted by office politics and gossip, and end up disengaged. I had to find out early on about my personal preferences regarding the kind of things that would appeal to me in my career. I told myself, in order for me to be happy at work[…]
According to the 2015 WorldatWork study, in the last 10 years recognition program investments for above and beyond performance has decreased from 87% to 76%. On the other hand within the same period, recognition programs to motivate specific behaviors have increased almost from nothing to 51%. What has changed? Those who go above and beyond[…]
It is often easier to think of commitment when it comes to personal mates, right? Defining what matters and feels right is part of a natural process. Every day the emotional experience is tested and parties understand that a give and take is necessary. Top of mind is about keeping each other engaged, i.e. interested,[…]
Organizations are introducing new initiatives and changing structures, technologies, processes or programmes much more rapidly than ever before. Amongst many variables that inform organisational change is product lifespan. A 2009 study by the Environmental Science & Technology, reveals the evolution of computer product lifespan decrease from 10.7 years from 1985 to 5.5 by the year[…]
It is important know the types of staff recognition awards that would work for diverse groups in your business, some people may prefer monetary to non-monetary awards. A basket of both options is best. Recognition when adopted as an everyday practice, can easily change things in an organization. Know Your Staff Recognition Preferences. There we go,[…]
Getting employee or inter-departmental responses through internal surveys (questionnaire may be printed or even used to engage audiences to obtain responses through one on ones or focus groups) is a quick, easy and cost effective way to assess employee experiences to ensure that your organizational initiatives are effective in keeping employees happy, motivated and connected to[…]
There are many benefits of implementing an employee recognition program: Increased collaboration amongst teams – as more people are recognized by their peers, they get encouraged to share information and participate in helping their colleagues achieve success. People begin to make the time and effort to be involved and accessible to others. This promotes a[…]
Engagement results are volatile just like the stock market, one year the majority of employees are perfectly happy and vote their employer ‘the best employer of choice for the year’, another year the same workforce has a different story to tell. Why is that? Change… Organizations do not operate in an island. There are strategic[…]
Employee recognition is no longer only about employers giving gold watches for long term service awards One does not have to wait to work for a company for many years before they get recognized in this fast paced competitive era. Top Employers are realising the value of recognition. Senior management is seeing that recognition is[…]
Effective employee engagement is about creating an organization that: Has staff who are attached to the company and are willing to go the extra mile, Promotes a great level of individual, personal and interpersonal emotional wellbeing at work Built a local work environment that supports productivity and performance Get Leadership To Drive Engagement to continuously improve employee engagement results by creating[…]
If employees are happy with being part of your organization, you have a higher chance of attracting potential candidates faster than competitors because they are already promoting the company. As skills gaps widen in the labour markets, the war of talent increases. It takes companies much longer to fill certain key vacant positions. Therefore, in order to avoid the negative effects[…]
How To Manage Organisational Change. When introducing a new project initiative that will bring about an organisational impact, it is critical to remember that change management does not start and end with training people on the change management methodology. That is merely one of the steps to leading organizational change. ADKAR is a best practice change management model of our[…]
Benefits of managing talent today includes retaining key talent and maintaining high employee engagement levels beyond competitors. Talent management is the organization’s ability to effectively attract key talent and keep employees engaged, committed, productive, developed and growing in line with organizational needs. According to various surveys conducted in 2014, labour news reported 36% of global employers talent[…]
Often discussions and what goes through a line manager’s mind for their one on one’s with direct reports preceding performance appraisals is the bell curve and not so much to reward individuals and teams for excellence. This is something that has been demotivating employees and managers for decades. The bell curve distribution takes away line manager[…]
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