Employee Engagement Intelligence Briefing: 2016.09.19 – 2016.09.23

DECLASSIFIED - Wikimedia CommonsI’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement.  Below is the latest intelligence briefing on employee engagement. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest updates.

 

 

“These assets have been declassified and should be distributed to fellow “Agents” for review.”

 

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE

What Science Tells Us About Leadership Potential

Harvard Business Review: “What do we really know about the measurement of leadership potential? Here are some critical findings.”

 


 

 

 

8 Ways to Step Up Your Employee Engagement Game [Infographic]

Tiny Pulse: “[I]f your employees aren’t as engaged as they could be, these eight researched-back tips from WebpageFX can help.”

 

 

 

Ditch The Employee Engagement Survey — Here Are Ten Better Ways To Listen

Forbes: “In almost every message that is sent from one person to another, there are two pieces of critical information. One piece is the content of the message itself. The other piece of information is a statement about the communicator’s relationship with the recipient of the message.”

 

 

 

6 Habits Of Trustworthy Leaders

Fast Company: “Do the people in your office trust you? Maybe not as much as you think they do.”

 

 

 

The Future of Work: It’s Already Here… And Not As Scary As You Think

Forbes: “I recently had the opportunity to speak at the Singularity University Summit in San Francisco on The Future of Work. After months of research on the topic, reading dozens of books and articles on AI, robotics, and economics, I came to a simple conclusion: the future of work is already here. And we all have to deal with it.”

 

 

 

Five ways to ensure employee engagement in your workplace

Reward Gateway: “The workplace is the primary channel organisations can use to engage employees. In fact, workplace satisfaction correlates highly with engagement; the most engaged employees rate their workplace in the 90th percentile.”

 

 

 

Employee Engagement ROI Calculator

Office Vibe: “[W]e put together an employee engagement ROI guide to give you all the tools you need to make a strong case and be able to invest where it counts the most: your people.”

 

 

 

How Employees and Managers See Things Differently — and How to Fix It

Entrepreneur: “To maintain a culture that hosts a happy workforce, it’s important for everyone to be on the same page. Here are some ways HR and leaders can bridge the management-employee gap.”

 

 

 

Introducing Radical Candor in the Workplace

Everwise: “What is radical candor? According to Scott, this means “creating bullshit-free zones where people love their work and working together.” Scott also describes radical candor style management as two intersecting qualities: care personally about your employees and challenge them directly (honest and truthful communication style).”

 

 

 

Create Superhero Employees with Leadership Coaching [Infographic]

Hppy: “How can employers give their staff a boost and get them engaged in their work? The infographic by MyWorkNinja, a service that connects people with ICF certified executive coaches, shows how leadership coaches can empower employees with the tools they need to set personal and professional goals, develop new skills, and achieve a better work-life balance, all through individualized career development strategies.”

 

 

 

 

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Let’s Engage!

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

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Veteran Operative Employee Engagement Insights: 2016.09.19 – 2016.09.23

Quote Marks purpleI’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement. Below is a compilation of last week’s employee engagement related wisdom from noted experts. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest veteran operative employee engagement insights.

 

 

 

When we consider a project, we really study it--not just the surface idea, but everything about it. And when we go into that new project, we believe in it all the way. We have confidence in our ability to do it right. And we work hard to do the best possible job. – Walt Disney
When we consider a project, we really study it–not just the surface idea, but everything about it. And when we go into that new project, we believe in it all the way. We have confidence in our ability to do it right. And we work hard to do the best possible job.
– Walt Disney

 

 

Listen. The more faithfully you listen to the voice within you, the better you will hear what is sounding outside without fear. —Dag Hammarskjöld
Listen. The more faithfully you listen to the voice within you, the better you will hear what is sounding outside without fear.
— Dag Hammarskjöld

 

 

We have a responsibility in our time, as others have had in theirs, not to be prisoners of history but to shape history. —Madeleine Albright
We have a responsibility in our time, as others have had in theirs, not to be prisoners of history but to shape history.
— Madeleine Albright

 

 

The obstacle is the path. -Zen saying
The obstacle is the path.
— Zen saying

 

 

Each of us makes his own weather, determines the color of the skies in the emotional universe which he inhabits. – Fulton J. Sheen
Each of us makes his own weather, determines the color of the skies in the emotional universe which he inhabits.
– Fulton J. Sheen

 

 

 

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Let’s Engage!

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

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Have Your Cake and Engage It Too!

quintanaroo-birhday-cake-slice-800-x-600-visual-hunt-2416470297_cfbb6c0fa7_qHow many proverbs have you heard this week? It is interesting to notice how often we use them in everyday conversation. “Proverbs are old but familiar sayings that usually give advice.”In this post, we’ll consider 5 common proverbs2 and how they apply to employee engagement.

 

 

Actions speak louder than words

As an employee or a manager, what you do is more important than what you say. Words are thrown around to appease others, to avoid an argument, etc.  Words without actions mean little.  Taking action to follow-through on what you say builds trust.  It is trust that is the basis of the employee-manager relationship. Better employee-manager relationships are a key factor in employee engagement. Gallup estimates that the manager accounts for at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement scores across business units.”3

 

 

Give credit where credit is due

It is important to acknowledge accomplishments big and small. After all, you get what you reward. For most, unfortunately, there is a lack of recognition in our personal and professional lives.  “More than ever, companies are focusing on culture as a competitive differentiator. They’re seeing first-hand how cultivating the right culture can engage, nurture, and attract employees and ultimately, increase bottom line business results. And for more companies than ever before, that best-in-class culture is predicated on recognition and appreciation.”

 

 

If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well

If you decide to do something, do it as well as you possibly can. You, as an individual, play a role in the advancement of your career. “[O]ne important factor of engagement that most companies tend to overlook: Unless employees assume some measure of responsibility for their own engagement, the efforts of their organizations, leaders, managers and teams may have a limited effect on improving engagement.”5

 

 

Live and learn

Continually increase your knowledge through your experiences. “Knowledge is the primary source of value in our world today. Your ability to expand your mind and devote yourself to lifelong learning is the key to breaking any success barriers that may be in front of you.”6 “’Learning opportunities are among the largest drivers of employee engagement and strong workplace culture – they are part of the entire employee value proposition, not merely a way to build skills’. – Deloitte”7

 

 

The best things in life are free

The most satisfying experiences do not cost any money. In terms of employee engagement, there is one gift that is free: Feedback. Employee engagement is based on feedback. Everyone needs feedback, most of us welcome it, and yet, we rarely seem to get enough of it. Providing employee feedback usually falls to your direct manager. Managers play a vital role in companies and are often underappreciated, undervalued, and one of the most underdeveloped groups. For the few managers that recognize this, they should empathize with their direct reports and work towards improving their own employee feedback process.

 

 

 

What is your favorite proverb? How does that proverb apply to employee engagement?

 

 

1 “Popular Idioms and Proverbs.” Idioms and Proverbs. Sandbox Networks, Inc, n.d. Web. 21 Sept. 2016.
2 “Common Proverbs Collection.” Gongwai.xaufe.edu.cn. Gongwai.xaufe.edu.cn, 22 Jan. 1999. Web. 21 Sept. 2016.
3 Harter, Jim, and Brandon Rigoni. State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leaders. Rep. Washington, DC: Gallup, 2015. Print.
4 “Findings from the SHRM/GLOBOFORCE Employee Recognition Survey: Culture as a Competitive Differentiator.” Globoforce. Globoforce Limited, 2015. Web. 18 Nov. 2015.
Royal, Ken, and Susan Sorenson. “Employees Are Responsible for Their Engagement Too.” Gallup.com. Gallup, Inc., 16 June 2015. Web. 26 May 2016.
6 Tracy, Brian. “Discover the Importance of Lifelong Learning.” Brian Tracy. Brian Tracy International, 2016. Web. 30 June 2016.
7Greany, Kirstie. “Seven Ways That Learning and Development Can Foster Employee Engagement – Engage Employee.” Engage Employee. Engage Business Media, 22 Apr. 2016. Web. 30 June 2016.

 

 

 

Let’s Engage!

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

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Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

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Employee Engagement Intelligence Briefing: 2016.09.12 – 2016.09.16

declassified - 1415 - top secret crossed outI’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement.  Below is the latest intelligence briefing on employee engagement. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest updates.

 

 

“These assets have been declassified and should be distributed to fellow “Agents” for review.”

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE

Preventing Employee Engagement’s Premature Death

Halogen Software: “Engagement offers such promise. Studies suggest engagement will benefit the organization’s profit, performance, and productivity while also enriching employee wellbeing, vitality, and safety (Engage For Success, Nail the Evidence Report). You would think we would do everything in our power to ensure we get it right but sometimes it seems we either don’t get it or we get it so wrong.”

 


 

 

 

10 Ingredients for a winning workplace

Human Resources Director Magazine: “With an eye on not just the theory but also the practical application of its employee engagement research, ORC International asked participants to identify what makes a ‘winning workplace’. The core messages have been distilled into 10 essential ‘how to’ tips for creating a perfect workplace.”

 

 

 

The 5 W’s of millennial engagement

Business Management Daily: “Here are five key takeaways on how managers can effectively engage millennials.”

 

 

 

How to Push Employees to Do Their Best — Without Making Them Cry

Tiny Pulse: “The last thing any good manager should want to do is discourage their employees. With that in mind, here are 10 tactics that should help your employees reach new heights without viewing you as the enemy.”

 

 

 

The ROI of Inclusion and Belonging

Globoforce: “As the most traditionally diverse generation that’s grown up in the digital age, it’s no surprise that millennials tend to focus more on culture and connectedness, as opposed to acceptance and tolerance.”

 

 

 

7 Keys to Employee Engagement [Video 8:06]

ExecuNet: “In this ExecuNet Master Class session excerpt, Tom Manenti, Chairman and CEO of MiTek Industries, Inc., a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, shared his company’s seven keys to employee engagement.”

 

 

 

7 Reasons Your Employee Retention Efforts Are Failing, and What You Can Do About It

LinkedIn Talent Blog: “The extensive use of data can help any retention effort identify “what’s working” and “what’s not working.” Some of the key turnover / retention problem areas should be explored.”

 

 

 

Productive, But at What Cost?

Recognize This!: “Failing to address disruptive behavior by high-performers can actually hurt overall productivity. Leaders should focus on creating a culture that encourages everyone to contribute instead.”

 

 

 

Engagement Weekly: Different Factors in Engagement

Allen Communication: “Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at different factors that affect engagement and disengagement.”

 

 

 

Five Tips For Building A Winning Employee Engagement Strategy

Talent Culture: “Employee engagement is central to any organization’s success. Engaged employees work to build the bottom line, come up with solutions to work-related problems and often act as evangelists for their companies. So developing a winning employee engagement strategy is beneficial across the entire organization. Most companies want to engage their workers – and have happy employees who are more productive and invested in their job. But few companies succeed.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fellow Agents, what are your thoughts on this intelligence? What do you have to add?  What other sources should be consulted? Make entries in the comments log below.

 

 

Let’s Engage!

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
Connect via LinkedIn at LinkedIn.com/in/GregoryFSimpson.
Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

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Veteran Operative Employee Engagement Insights: 2016.09.12 – 2016.09.16

Quote Marks blueI’m Simpson…Gregory F Simpson, Agent In Engagement. Below is a compilation of last week’s employee engagement related wisdom from noted experts. Follow @agtinengagement to stay current with the latest veteran operative employee engagement insights.

 

 

 

The more you are in a state of gratitude, the more you will attract things to be grateful for. – Walt Disney
The more you are in a state of gratitude, the more you will attract things to be grateful for.
– Walt Disney

 

 

Strive not to be a man of success, but rather be a man of value. – Albert Einstein
Strive not to be a man of success, but rather be a man of value.
– Albert Einstein

 

 

Many corporate leaders and employees have the right intentions, but it can be overwhelming when you consider how everything is affected from leadership styles, to organizational structure, to employee engagement, to customer service and marketplace. – Simon Mainwaring
Many corporate leaders and employees have the right intentions, but it can be overwhelming when you consider how everything is affected from leadership styles, to organizational structure, to employee engagement, to customer service and marketplace.
– Simon Mainwaring

 

 

An unexamined life is not worth living. – Socrates
An unexamined life is not worth living.
– Socrates

 

 

People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily. – Zig Ziglar
People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily.
– Zig Ziglar

 

 

 

What are your thoughts on these employee engagement insights? What insights can you share with other Agents? Make entries in the comments log below.

 

 

Let’s Engage!

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

Photo of Gregory F SimpsonYou can follow me @agtinengagement.
Email me at g…@a…t.com.
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Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

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Engaging in the Creation of Your Personal Masterpiece

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Whether you know it or not, you are an artist painting a self-portrait. Rather than using brushstrokes, you add one simple dot to your canvas each day. The color of each dot is determined by your actions and how you are perceived by others that day. Think of this as a form of Pointillism.  “Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image. Georges Seurat and Paul Signac developed the technique in 1886, branching from Impressionism.”1

 

To better understand Pointillism, learn about the artist/work of art most associated with it in this “2-Minute Masterpiece: Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.

 

In its simplest form, Pointillism uses only three colors: red, blue, and green. These colors are known as primary colors. Like life, Pointillism uses an additive process. “Additive color is a result of the way the eye detects color, and is not a property of light.”2  Adding these primary colors together creates additional colors. For instance, “adding red to green yields yellow; adding all three primary colors together yields white.”3  However, in pointillism, the colors are not mixed. Instead, the colors of the rainbow are achieved by placing these primary colors closer together or further apart so that the eye perceives them as one color when, in fact, two or more colors are present.

 

Getting back your self-portrait, “color is a non-verbal communication.” 4 It represents your demeanor.

 

Painting is self-discovery. Every good artist paints what he is. Jackson Pollock5

 

Let’s look at the meanings associated with each of the primary colors.

 

 

Meaning of Colors

Red

“Red is energizing. It excites the emotions and motivates us to take action. It signifies a pioneering spirit and leadership qualities, promoting ambition and determination.” 6

“[T]oo much of the color red can cause us to become irritated, agitated and ultimately angry. Too little and we become cautious, manipulative and fearful.”7

 

 

Green

“This is the color of balance and harmony.”8  “Green is an emotionally positive color, giving us the ability to love and nurture ourselves and others unconditionally.” “It loves to observe, and therefore relates to the counselor, the good listener, the social worker. It loves to contribute to society. It is the charity worker, the good parent and the helpful neighbor.”9

“On the negative, the color green can be possessive and materialistic, with a need to own people and things.”10

 

 

Blue

“Blue is reliable and responsible. This color exhibits an inner security and confidence. You can rely on it to take control and do the right thing in difficult times. It has a need for order and direction in its life, including its living and work spaces.”11

“Change is difficult for blue. It is inflexible and when faced with a new or different idea, it considers it, analyzes it, thinks it over slowly and then tries to make it fit its own acceptable version of reality. Blue is nostalgic. It is a color that lives in the past, relating everything in the present and the future to experiences in the past.”12

 

The goal is to stay as close to the absolute primary colors as possible. When we do so, we approach the color white.

 

 

White

“White is color at its most complete and pure, the color of perfection.”13 “White contains an equal balance of all the colors of the spectrum, representing both the positive and negative aspects of all colors. Its basic feature is equality, implying fairness and impartiality, neutrality and independence.”14

“While there are very few negative connotations to white, particularly in western culture, too much white can be cold, isolating and empty.”15

 

 

In the worst case, we approach black.

 

 

 

Black

“Black is the absorption of all color and the absence of light.”16 “The color black relates to the hidden, the secretive and the unknown, and as a result it creates an air of mystery. It keeps things bottled up inside, hidden from the world. In color psychology this color gives protection from external emotional stress. It creates a barrier between itself and the outside world, providing comfort while protecting its emotions and feelings, and hiding its vulnerabilities, insecurities and lack of self confidence.”17

 

In between these two extremes, we get colors such as:

 

Yellow

When red and green mix, they form yellow. “The color yellow can be anxiety producing as it is fast moving and can cause us to feel agitated. Yellow has a tendency to make you more mentally analytical and critical – this includes being self-critical as well as critical of others.”18

 

Magenta

When red and blue mix, they form magenta. “Magenta can promote depression and despair in some, and prevent others from dealing with challenges… Being surrounded by too much magenta energy can generate arrogance and bossiness making us feel overwhelmed, irritated, anxious and intolerant.”19

 

Cyan

When green and blue mix, they form cyan. “It is cold, analytical, and direct to the point, without any distractions”20

 

 

Your Masterpiece

Now that you’ve learned about the colors are their meanings, what does your self-portrait reveal? I have an idea that it will be darker than you would intend. You see, according to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace Survey21, 70% of all employees are either “Not Engaged” or “Actively Disengaged;” only 30% are “Engaged.”  Disengaged employees tend to be associated with the negative aspects in each primary color. That means there are a lot of dark self-portraits being painted.

However, there is no need to despair. You can still create a masterpiece. If your self-portrait is dark, begin to consciously paint each day so that you can apply a color as close to white as possible. No one will ever reach absolute white or absolute black, so start coloring your world to reflect the best self-portrait you can paint.

 

 

What is the most frequent color in your self-portrait? What can you do to move that color closer to one of the primary colors?

 

 

 

1 “Pointillism.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
2 “Additive Color.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
3 Ibid.
4 “Meaning of Colors in Color Psychology.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 16 Sept. 2016.
5 “Painting Quotes.” BrainyQuote. Xplore, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
6 “The Color Red.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
7 Ibid.
8 “The Color Green.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
9 Ibid.
10 Ibid.
11 “The Color Blue.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
12 Ibid.
13 “The Color White.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
14 Ibid.
15 Ibid.
16 “The Color Black.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
17 Ibid.
18 “The Color Yellow.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 15vSept. 2016.
19 “The Color Magenta.” Empowered By Color. Empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
20 Rollins, Wade. “Article TemplateEncyclopedia of Educational Technology.” Article TemplateEncyclopedia of Educational Technology. San Diego State University, n.d. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.
21 “State of the American Workplace.” Gallup.com. Gallup, Inc., 2013. Web. 15 Sept. 2016.

 

 

 

 

Let’s Engage!

I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.

Employee engagement is a critical mission. I hope I can count on your help! Subscribe to the RSS Feed to receive the latest intelligence/insights and/or register to make entries in the comments log.

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Learn more about me at gregoryfsimpson.com.

 

P.S.  First contact? Welcome to the Agent In Engagement community. Explore and join fellow employee engagement operatives in targeting a known thief – alias: Disengagement. Together we can bring this thief to justice and make the world a better place for all companies and their employees.

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