- 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
Tag Archives: motivation
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
OR THRIVING IN THE MIDST OF CHAOS How do two classic, “All American Manufacturers” thrive in the midst of today’s economic chaos? The first case study is an Ohio machine tool builder with $150 million in sales. The second is … Continue reading
Failure to engage… In 25 plus years and more then 500 opportunities to “look inside” different organizations – manufacturing, service, public, private, non-profit… a reappearing theme takes shape. A business’s ability to lead employees to a higher level of performance, … Continue reading
Total Rewards versus A Coke Machine I recently Googled the term “total rewards”. The first thing that struck me was the top 6 sites were related to casino gambling. That might be a sign as to where we are headed … Continue reading
3’s and 4’s…less… not more. The last several posts I wrote about providing employees more information to encourage an emotional reaction to the performance of the business. This was a highly qualified definition of “more”. More information employees can really … Continue reading
This week I am continuing our discussion of providing employees with more information… understandable information, that contributes to ratcheting up some emotional reaction to business performance. A friend of mine once said, “communication is not about information, but rather inspiration”, … Continue reading