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Leadership Lessons from The Diamond Nine: Transformation

Each year in late August, Bournemouth, UK, where I live,  holds a 4-day free air show on the seafront which attracts well in excess of a million tourists.  478 more words

Ngagementworks

Getting beyond the hype of employee engagement

Keeping employees productive and happy has never seemed more important. The “future of work” is on the front burner for many companies as they struggle to recruit and retain talent, ever mindful of work/life convergence and the changing needs of the workforce. 419 more words

Blogs

Improving Employee Engagement Part 3

In the first installment of this blog on employee engagement we took an extract from a recent employee engagement survey conducted by Changeboard in partnership with Oracle. 705 more words

Leadership

A deeper purpose 

Are you tired of hearing about purpose and engagement? I know it can seem as though the buzz words are taking over your news feeds. I would apologize for being one of those culprits except – I’m not sorry for it. 139 more words

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Ready for a Different Result?

August 2015 – by Brenda Perkins

“There are many ways of going forward, but only one way of standing still.”

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, or FDR, was the thirty-second President of the United States and is credited with that quote. 527 more words

Employee Benefit Communications

How Starbucks Helped Its Employees and Customers Through the Recent Sharemarket Chaos

Millions of people and businesses have been impacted, directly or indirectly, by the recent stockmarket drops in China and elsewhere. It is a cause of concern with over $1 trillion being wiped from Asian markets recently, the Dow Jones Industrial Average being sent plunging, as well as in other markets. 638 more words

Growth & Profit Solutions

If You Can’t Answer This, You Can’t Fight Turnover

“What’s next?”

That’s the question on your long-time employees’ minds, and it’s the one you have to answer if you want to stem turnover and improve retention. 330 more words