The $74 billion employment engagement industry has a serious problem. After nearly 18 years, it is not driving sufficient business value to justify its costs. Instead, values, business purpose, organizational learning, and culture are the true factors that drive business value. Employee engagement is an outdated idea that needs to be overhauled. Gallup’s State of […]
via Don’t manage to an employee engagement score. Instead, drive business value. — Victor Assad Strategic HR Consulting
As a leader, train yourself to never gripe about what you allow. Never complain about something you tolerate. You are the leader – lead to the desired result.
– Craig Groeschel
I love this quote! As a leader, how easy is it to get caught up in the notion that you cannot do or say […]
via YOU Are The Leader! — Myski143
1. Keep meetings brief Try to keep meetings with new people at 30 minutes to an hour. It is much better to want to schedule follow up conversations than to run out of good conversation topics. At the end of your coffee, if you want to keep talking, that is a great sign that this […]
via 5 Ways To Help Build Professional Relationships | SuccessYou — SuccessYou
Mobile banking company Varo Money, Inc. has announced the results of their #SwitchYourBank survey. The survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults age 18+, conducted by Propeller Insights on behalf of Varo Money in April, determined what Americans most love about San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York, where quality of life is highest for […]
via Varo Money Survey: Majority of Philadelphians Believe Philly Offers Best Quality of Life for the Cost in the U.S. — Philly Life & Culture
Effective brand management requires developing a good relationship with your target. If I were to ask you, “Who makes up your ‘target market’,” I’m sure I would receive answers that include both existing customers and potential customers.These are accurate responses, but how many of you would have included “employees” as a target market for your brand? As marketing leaders, it is imperative that we think of brand management in the three pillars that make up our brand: Market, Customers and Employees. All three are critical to the strength of our brand.
Read the full report below by: Karen Kislin at Raddon
Source: Brand Management Manifesto