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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OfficeVibe: “Many organizations boast that their employees are their company’s most valuable asset, however, there is still a prevalence of employee relations issues in the workforce that is stopping employees from reaching their full potential.”
Gulf News (UAE): “To drive business outcomes, employees need to be happy with the entire work experience.”
LinkedIn Pulse: “While there’s not a single path for everyone, if you want to be a successful leader in HR, learning what worked for Pat is a great place to start.”
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 the fundamentals. They’re going back to the basics that we oftentimes forget and need to relearn from time to time.”
DecisionWise: “What’s essential for leaders at all levels to understand is that MOTs are never neutral. They always have an impact. In fact, a MOT always has one of three effects.”
Gallup: “Organizations have more success with engagement and improve business performance when they treat employees as stakeholders of their own future and the company’s future. This means focusing on concrete performance management activities, such as clarifying work expectations, getting people what they need to do their work, providing development and promoting positive coworker relationships.”
McKnight’s Long Term Care News: “Why does it matter how our brains are wired? Because when it comes right down to it, engagement is an emotional experience that is heightened when we feel rewarded and diminished when we feel threatened. When threat responses are on high alert, employees’ cognitive resources are narrowed to focus on the perceived threat, which means they are ultimately operating in a way that is using far less of their full potential.”
Boss Magazine: “These four simple steps will put you and your employees on a far better road to creating a highly engaged workforce.”
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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: 04.10 – 2017.04.14
- Employee Engagement In the News: It’s No Fairytale
- 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