When expectations are not made clear for employees – in their individual roles, in terms of team working and across an organisation as regards expectations of behaviour – morale can drop because people feel unclear of what’s expected of them (both the ‘what’ that’s expected
Category: Team development
Heard of the employee experience? Used to be called the talent lifecycle probably, I don’t think it’s actually a different thing, but I like the change personally, because for me it’s more a reflection of reality today – that employers are starting to wake up
Employee engagement is a workplace approach designed to ensure that employees are committed to their organisation’s goals and values, motivated to contribute to organisational success, and are able at the same time to enhance their own sense of wellbeing. Engaging employees is seen as a
To be successful with any task or activity, you need to be engaged with it, particularly at work. Increasing employee engagement at work has been shown to directly relate to organisational success – profitability, productivity, customer loyalty and reduced levels of absenteeism and turnover. Only
Collaborating well takes thought, planning, communication, understanding, respect, humility and learning. When it works, it seems that groups of humans can overcome almost any obstacle. And when it doesn’t, it appears that we revert to childlike behaviour, sometimes missing our target by a long way.
Overdone strengths (when strengths are overused or used in the wrong way leading to negative performance) are one of the greatest sources of risk to effective performance and career success. Yet, our research and experience indicate that most people are completely unaware of what happens
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