Winston Churchill on Employee Incentives and Engagement

“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.” – Winston Churchill

Are your bonus/incentive/total rewards programs and employee engagement strategies really driving organizational performance? Can you measure their effectiveness on the financial statement?

As you begin your budgeting/forecasting for 2016, ask yourself what your financial results might be if your employees at all levels performed as though THEY owned the company. Please read my upcoming brief detailing the costly disconnect between employees and budgets –

What’s your strategy for 2017 to improve productivity, increase profits, and truly engage employees in that endeavour? Not just generalities, but what is your specific action plan, and specific strategy to lead your employees to success? Do they know, understand or care? Are you confident that your strategy will successfully meet your financial objectives and that your employees will be fully engaged participants? If you hesitated, you owe it to yourself and your business to contact me and learn more about the Equishare System.

I look forward to your call or email,

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About Karl F. Muller

Specializing in driving Organizational Performance to new levels. Utilizing a tactical and focused four (4) part strategy to engage all employees in the pursuit and achievement of performance and real financial results. Applicable to manufacturing, service, distribution and corporate services groups. We have worked throughout North America with businesses and facilities ranging from 50 to 5,000 employees, union/non-union. Define... Measure... Pursue... Reward. Celebrating our 30th year. 200 public speaking engagements, 5,500 senior managers trained, 700 organizations assessed. We are serious, tactical, focused. No fancy corporate speak, no blue suits. Just Results. The Muller Group, Inc.
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