Employee HappinessWe define employee happiness as the opposite of feeling drained, overwhelmed, stressed, and dissatisfied by work. Employee happiness is a feeling of being energized, appreciated, and fulfilled by what you can contribute to your workplace and...
Make Employee’s Jobs More MeaningfulIf you had to rate your job on a scale from 1-to-10, what number would you choose? Are you just biding time until you can find another opportunity, or do you look forward to work? Unfortunately, too many workers just collect a...read more
How to Make Employee Engagement Actions a High PriorityRegardless of how full your plate may be as a manager, employee engagement should be a top priority if you want to succeed. If handled correctly on a day-to-day basis, a high degree of employee engagement...read more
Effectively Recognize EmployeesOur recent employee engagement survey trends report found that effectively recognizing employees is one of the driving factors that contribute to higher levels of discretionary effort, advocacy, and loyalty. In fact, rewarding employees...read more
Why Keep Remote Teams Engaged? The percent of employees working remotely continues to increase. Keeping any team engaged and connected to enhance their performance and loyalty can be a challenge, but recent research by Joseph Grenny and David Maxfield confirms...read more
Bridge the Leadership Trust Gap with Employees Most companies need to bridge a leadership trust gap. In companies of almost any size, there is a gap of trust between leaders and employees. It’s understandable – there’s a significant difference in levels of...read more
Make Employee Engagement Personal When Employee Engagement Is the GoalMake employee engagement personal when employee engagement is the goal. Savvy business leaders understand how employee engagement impacts productivity and overall business success. It only stands...read more