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May 14, 2012

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The Power of Thanks in Driving Employee Engagement

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In every organizational survey that I have conducted over the past 25 years, the issue of inadequate recognition has appeared near the top of the list. Fundamentally, we all want to be acknowledged for the contributions that we make to our organizations. When our efforts and accomplishment are overlooked, we simply don’t feel as motivated [...]

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April 30, 2012

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Do You Know Your Team’s Level of Engagement?

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Do You Know Your Team’s Level of Engagement?

The relationship between employee engagement and organizational vitality has been well documented over the past decade. Highly engaged employees are more productive and efficient, and they deliver better customer service and higher quality work. In addition, higher levels of engagement lead to less turnover and absenteeism. Engaged employees make your organization thrive; disengaged employees detract [...]

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April 16, 2012

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Why Your Employee Motivation Program Isn’t Working

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Years of research unequivocally supports the conclusion that traditional employee motivation programs actually decrease the overall morale and productivity of a workforce. Unfortunately, many well-intentioned human resource professionals continue to spend their resources attempting to create motivational programs that, while they make sense intuitively, do far more harm than good. When I refer to traditional [...]

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