Few would argue that people are an organization’s most valuable asset. Do you want better quality, faster response time, higher productivity, greater sensitivity to customers, and improved profitability? People make these happen. Unfortunately, many people are motivated by compliance. Their
Engaged employees directly influence an organization’s bottom line. Employee engagement programs are responsible for improved financial results, increased customer satisfaction rates, higher productivity, and better employee retention rates. Companies can no longer choose to engage employees; it is imperative for survival.
Businesses who merely accept the way things are and do not challenge themselves to think bigger will continue to struggle in our multi-generational work environment. millennials are seeking a different type of work environment, such as a High-Performance organization vs
Using creative experiments and sophisticated technologies such as FMRI and EEG machines, we are starting to see that the art of leadership has its basis in science.
Knowing that you need to have a culture of high-performance in the workplace is one thing – stepping up and creating that culture is entirely another. For most business leaders, knowing where to start is the hardest part. High Performance
This is part 1 of a series of articles about this topic Ask yourself the following questions: Where will your business in five years? What are your revenues? Profits? What services/products are you offering? Now think about how you’re how
Organizations must choose to actively grow employee engagement in order to increase morale and productivity. When correctly implemented, employee engagement is a comprehensive, strategic approach that creates positive, lasting results. Establishing and strengthening emotional bonds between organizations and their employees