You never get a second chance to make a first impression and first impressions are often difficult to change. Innovative onboarding should be a workplace norm, however, the reality is more divisive.
Businesses with engaged employees perform better. This infographic explores nine ideas for employee engagement.
“Learning In” to Create a High-Performance Culture: Psychological Safety Key to Unlocking Breakthrough Results
Have you created a work environment that, in theory, has all the elements to breed high performance, but are still not seeing the breakthroughs needed to propel your organization to the next level? What is it that is holding your employees back from excelling?
A relatively recent addition to L&D concepts, the growth of micro-learning has in part been fueled by three primary factors: the ability to put training pieces on mobile devices, our shorter attention spans, and the lack of time available for most employees to dedicate to learning in today’s organizational environment.
Planning for the future can be a challenge given the ongoing nature of the changes in play. As a result, while it is difficult to predict exactly what future work will look like, the nature of the shifts we are experiencing puts an emphasis on developing particular skills in the present—many of which are centred on becoming better collaborators and problem solvers. The great news is that gaining these competencies empowers the whole person—granting us the opportunity to use our individual talents and grow in confidence, while better serving our teams and organizations.
It’s no secret that in order to run a successful company, you need to commit a lot of resources to human capital management. This includes making sure you have not only the right people, but the right technology as well to handle labour relations, health and wellness, payroll, benefits, and every other aspect of HR management.
An infographic from Dale Carnegie explores the importance of employee engagement.
Four core conditions have been identified which need to be present in order for employees to truly ‘feel’ appreciated, which differs from recognition just being communicated.