I’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.
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Greenhouse: “In this series, we’ll be sharing how the People team at Greenhouse considers the work that they’re doing in relation to ELTV and share a few tips on how you can think about your own work through this lens. At Greenhouse, our People department consists of Talent Acquisition, People Operations, Employee Experience, and Talent Management. In this post, Director of Employee Experience Melanie Oberman shares the impact her team’s work can have on ELTV.”
Forbes: “I recently interviewed [employee engagement author] Paul [Marciano] to get his advice on making that elusive emotional connection with employees. (The transcript below has been edited lightly for space and clarity.)”
Office Vibe: “Not only is proper communication key to company success, but a lack of it is detrimental. When communication on a team is weak, employee disengagement is most likely high.”
LinkedIn Pulse: “Whether someone is an A, B or C is specific to the situation rather than being an inherent trait.”
Maritz Motivation Solutions: “The utter explosion of digital content presents countless opportunities for learning. Start here to narrow down your search each week in the often overwhelming landscape of employee engagement thought leadership!”
Allen Communication: “Learn about the latest in employee engagement within various industries. This week’s influential authors look at some examples of companies with good engagement, as well as how wellness and engagement work together.”
Globoforce: “The best organizations recognize that they are in a relationship with their employees, and they behave accordingly. They design and reinforce a work experience that honors and satisfies the employee’s relationship needs. And employees reward them with effort, loyalty, and creativity.”
Huffington Post: “As a communications professional who believes that each individual in the workforce has immense potential and smart leaders have the ability to engage by not only tapping into existing potential and removing barriers to accelerate growth but also holding room to get the best out of their teams, I decided to dig into the challenges of employee engagement and ways to strengthen it.
Hppy: “In order to avoid uncertainty, role conflict and lack of productivity, leaders should focus on maintaining employees engaged and using this change as a positive event that can strengthen their culture.”
Harvard Business Review: “Whether you manage or coach leaders, or are just trying to provide some feedback to your own boss, here are three simple points you may wish to consider in order to have this difficult (but necessary) conversation with them.”
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I’m Agent in Engagement Simpson…Gregory F Simpson.
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Other recent Agent in Engagement data/reports by Agent Gregory F Simpson:
- Veteran Operative Employee Engagement Insights: 03.27 – 2017.03.31
- Employee Engagement-Related Spotlight Articles of March 2017
- In Haiku Poems, Like Employee Engagement, Shared Experience
- There is No “Good Enough” Anymore
- Employee Engagement-Related Spotlight Articles of February 2017
- 2016: A Year In Review – Demonstrating Engagement Through an Infographic
- Gallup’s State of the American Workplace 2017: What You Need to Know