- Is Your Budget The Best Kept Secret In The Company?
- The Economics of Engagement in 2 minutes
- Exponential Employee Engagement… Drives Financial Performance
- Winston Churchill on Employee Incentives and Engagement
- Technology and Capital Expenditures Have Little Impact on Operating Profits, But People Do… heresy or paradigm shift?
- Business Fundamentals Never Change… Though Often Ignored.
- Doing Leadership versus Talking Leadership
Category Archives: Employee Engagement
It’s budget season…Is your budget the best kept secret in the company? Before we answer , let’s define the word “budget”. On the surface it is rather sterile, lacking emotion or a sense of urgency among most of your employees. … Continue reading
This is the shortest, most poignant blog I have ever written. A “fundamental” yes or no. Business fundamentals never change, though often ignored. They are – maximize revenue, minimize expense, optimize profit. They only problem is the majority of your … Continue reading
Business is a Team Sport Engagement is not a yes they are, or no their not issue. There is a continuum of employee engagement. From absolutely disconnected to incredibly productive and effective. There is another dimension to the issue that … Continue reading
The subject of Employee Engagement is getting a lot of press lately. Books, articles, forums – every possible variable in the engagement conundrum are discussed ad infinitum. Walking through Barnes and Noble recently I spied a book that I assumed … Continue reading
And what are YOU going to do about it? That was a questioned posed by an hourly employee to the president of the company regarding productivity. Yes, she was very upset over the lack of company performance. Ever had that happen? … Continue reading
A critical distinction that will determine your strategy! THE ISSUE Recent studies show that only one employee in three is “engaged in the business”. 50% of employees would take another job if they could, and job satisfaction is at … Continue reading
“I want the highest paid people that cost me the least amount of money”… said the company president.
Let me explain. Evidently your CFO thinks so little about how much people are paid by the hour or salary, it’s not mentioned anywhere in your financial statements. As a matter of fact, not only doesn’t he care about … Continue reading