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Workforce Engagement is Critical

Posted Excellence, Inspiration, Workforce Engagement

According to current research actively disengaged employees are costing US business over $300 billion dollars annually. These costs appear in absenteeism, turnover, lost productivity, job related accidents not to mention the risk of actively disengaged employees contaminating those who are more inclined toward engagement. The Gallup Organization has been doing research on workforce engagement for… Read More

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Executive Coaching Supports Clear Thinking

Posted Executive Coaching

How much of the time are you operating on automatic pilot? Many of us seem to spend a great deal of time just responding based on past experience as opposed to thinking clearly about whatever circumstance or decision is in from of us. This thinking or non-thinking in many cases may not present a problem… Read More

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Build Trust for workforce Engagement

Posted Excellence, High Performing Culture, Motivation, Workforce Engagement

Trust is one of the many things that is critical to creating an engaged workforce. The following list identifies a few things that must be present in the work place to support an environment of trust:  Information will be shared freely.  Information will not be used as power and withheld; it will be… Read More

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Discretionary Contribution

Posted High Performing Culture, Workforce Engagement

Discretionary contribution is the difference between employees, at any level in the company, coming to work and doing what is expected versus the employees who come to work every day energized and looking for an opportunity to make a difference. Assuming you are fully engaged in your business or job, this second group of employees… Read More

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Discretionary Contribution

Posted High Performing Culture, Workforce Engagement

Discretionary contribution is the difference between employees, at any level in the company, coming to work and doing what is expected versus the employees who come to work every day energized and looking for an opportunity to make a difference. Assuming you are fully engaged in your business or job, this second group of employees… Read More

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Do Your Policies Support Workforce Engagement?

Posted Alignment, Workforce Engagement

Have you reviewed your policies and procedures lately? If you are a theory Y leader and believe that people come to work wanting to do a good job and be supportive of your goals do your policies and procedures support your desire to have an engaged workforce. Don’t let your employee handbook highlight all the… Read More

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